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Prominent City of Logan development site hits the market

A CGI image of what could be built on the site of 45 York Street in Beenleigh.

A PROMINENT development site in the flourishing City of Logan has hit the market as builders and developers have the opportunity to purchase 45 York Street in Beenleigh.

The 12,425sq m* asset is the only site with an ‘Integrated Health’ designation under the Beenleigh Local Plan (Centre Zone) with a 32-metre allowable height limit.

The property is being marketed and sold via an expressions of interest campaign by Ray White Commercial Queensland Director and Head of Investment Sales Tom Barr.

“The city of Logan is one of the largest and fastest-growing cities in Australia and this site is set to benefit from $18.9 billion* of infrastructure investment in the pipeline,” Mr Barr Said.

“There is a development approval for a 126-bed high care nursing home facility on the northern portion of the site (6,311sq m*), which is currently vacant and cleared land.

“There is also a Concept Development Scheme for a 422-bed Hospital and Integrated Health Facility incorporating a hospital, aged care facility, and post-acute care facility.

A CGI image of what could be built on the site of 45 York Street in Beenleigh.

“Alternate development opportunities include hospital, healthcare and medical services, retirement living and aged care, residential apartments, short-term accommodation, education, childcare centre, community care centre, function facility, indoor sport and recreation, parking station, and retail, all subject to council approval.

“The property benefits from outstanding public transport and road infrastructure connectivity with exceptional surrounding retail and lifestyle amenity.”

*Approximately.

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