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Brisbane to be transformed within 14 years  by a series of multi-billion dollar projects... lock in your investment now to take advantage of the upturn...

Massive growth in Brisbane brought on by major developments across the city, is set to almost completely transform the Queensland capital by 2022. Given the scale of the projects, it was clear that (barring any unforeseen construction difficulties) Brisbane in 2022 would be a very different city to the one seen today. 

More than $10 billion worth of major projects were due to be completed in 2022, including the Queens Wharf casino and entertainment complex, the Howard Smith Wharves redevelopment and the Brisbane Quarter on the site of the old Supreme Court building.

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New project will transform

Woolloongabba... 

  ONE of Brisbane’s largest inner city construction projects, the $600 million South City Square, will create an urban oasis in the heart of Woolloongabba.

Developers Pellicano and Perri Projects were granted masterplan approval for their 2.14ha development site on the corner of Logan Rd and Deshon St which will include six residential high-rises, one hotel, a host of retail and open space..


                         WHY AN INVESTMENT HERE REPRESENTS A

                           REMARKABLE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

$535,714

Median sale price of apartments in Woolloongabba 

6.9% 

Sale price growth of apartments in Woolloongabba past 3 years 

3 km

The distance to Brisbane CBD

99%

The number of apartments with at least 1 secured carpark.

11.2%

Population growth in Brisbane over the next 5 years

5.1%

Average forecast gross rental return for an unfurnished two bedroom apartment

124

The total number rental properties available in Woolloongabba as at Feb 2018. (Compare: Brisbane CBD 425)

$515

Median weekly rent for 2 bed 2 bath apartment in Woolloongabba 

$2,472

The median weekly household income of Woolloongabba, more than double the Queensland average.High income earners means high rents and higher capital growth potential.

41%

The number of Woolloogabba employed residents who are professionals. This higher than average rate equates to higher income tenants who will alos appreciate the lifestyle amenities provided at South City Square.

Three

The number of major property awards that South City Square has already been awarded (as at March 2018)

3 km

The distance from Brisbane’s CBD. 8km from the airport. Walking distance to the nearest train and bus stations.

2 km

The distance from South City Square to the Brisbane River.

$1.54bn

The infrastructure investment in progress for the ‘Brisbane Metro’ light rail connecting Woolloongabba to the city centre.

171,000

Number of employees in Brisbane’s CBD. A further 20 000, increasing to 50 000 over the next 20 years, are employed at the airport, only 8km away.

82

Walk Score™ out of 100. Deshon Street in Woolloongabba qualifies as a “very walkable” meaning that most errands can be done by foot. The Walk Score for the greater Brisbane area is just 49 out of 100.

35+

The steadily growing number of quality retailers (including a supermarket, restaurants & boutiques) immediately adjacent to, nearby, and at the ground level of South City Square.



Data sourced from URBIS report and SQM Research 


Brisbane apartments are below their long term trend line. The last time this happened Brisbane began a long upturn. 

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