Pinkenba development site sells for more than $1.7M

A 4,061sq m* development site has sold for $1,725,925 in the rapidly developing precinct of Pinkenba, at 49 Harris Road.

The sale comes with the area abuzz with anticipation ahead of the new Pinkenba Cruise Ship Terminal to be completed in 2019.

The deal was jointly brokered by Ray White Commercial Queensland’s Director Sales and Leasing Paul Anderson and Sales and Leasing Executive Aaron Aleckson.

“Land speculators are attracted to the Pinkenba story; the TradeCoast location, Brisbane Airport proximity, the new Cruise Ship Terminal and just the very high level of construction activity in the precinct,” Mr Anderson said.

‘Airport Link’ is a 10-lot industrial sub-division comprising land sites in area from 2,036sq m* to say 8,351sq m*.

The Link is an easily accessible estate and is just 21 minutes* to Brisbane CBD and 15 minutes* to Brisbane Airport by car.

“The difference that this estate offers to most industrial land in Pinkenba is sewer connectivity and the attractive GI B zoning,” Mr Aleckson said.

The site was sold to a private purchaser.


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