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Pristine 20-unit business park heading for Eagle Farm

A BRAND new architecturally designed complex comprising of 20 business units, ranging in area from 70sq m* to 203sq m*, is heading for Eagle Farm at 300 Lavarack Avenue.

Construction is to commence in early 2019, and with prices ranging from $294,000 up to $872,900, the project is ideally suited to trades, service industries, self-storage, entry level investors and self-managed super funds.

The assets are being jointly marketed by Ray White Commercial Queensland’s Director Sales and Leasing Paul Anderson and Sales and Leasing Executive Aaron Aleckson, on behalf of Rida Corp.

Mr Anderson said he was excited to market the striking architectural design with significant glazing, superb natural light throughout, tilt panel construction and roller shutter access, noting the features will be genuine drawcards for potential buyers.

“It’s a privilege to be appointed to this significant project by Rida Corp. It’s significant in the sense this is only the first stage of five on a 1.6ha* site that offers Kingsford Smith Drive frontage, in addition to this being the first stage on Lavarack Avenue,” he said.

“We’ve been developing our project marketing platform for a number of years now and will use every resource available to us through the broader group to achieve outstanding success for our clients.”

Mr Aleckson said the assets are superbly located in the Eagle Farm Precinct, with the site offering purchasers the many benefits of owning real estate in the tightly held ‘Australia TradeCoast Precinct’.

“The Eagle Farm precinct is under serious inventory pressure, the timing of this development is impeccable,” he said.

“With Brisbane Airport 15 minutes* away and the Port of Brisbane only 25 minutes* away, these units are ideally placed for a wide array of business opportunities.”

*Approximately.

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