EXPRESSIONS of interest are being sought for developers of residential land subdivision sites for a development site in the south-west Brisbane suburb of Doolandella, at 8 Redhead Street.
With a 1.02 ha* land area, the parcel has proposed schemes of 17 or 20 lots (STCA), with a 17-lot application plan well advanced.
The site is marketed by Ray White Special Projects Queensland’s Andrew Burke and Matthew Fritzsche.
Mr Burke said the main appeal to potential buyers would be the lack of ‘in-fill’ residential subdivision sites in Brisbane.
“Having a site like this that’s surrounded by amenity is highly sought-after by developers, as opposed to being on the fringes of town,” he said.
“Major shopping in the area is principally at the nearby Forest Lake Village Shopping Centre which comprises Woolwoorths, Aldi, Coles and Target, in addition to 70 specialty stores.
“The area’s home to an extensive range of educational facilities including child-care centres, private and state primary and secondary schools.”
Mr Fritzsche said Doolandella was 17km* south-west of Brisbane CBD and in one of the prime growth corridors of South East Queensland.
“Given the suburbs straight-forward access to both the Logan and Ipswich/ Centennial Motorways, it offers easy connectivity to Brisbane CBD, Ipswich, Springfield and the Gold Coast.,” he said.
“It also offers established community infrastructure as well as close proximity to the employment nodes of the industrial suburbs.
“The site is Zoned Emerging Community and has easy access to the Logan Motorway that’s 2.7km* away and Ipswich Road just 10km* away.”
Expressions of interest close on Thursday 09 May 2019 at 4pm.