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Ray White Special Projects Publish Their Most Significant QLD Development Sites: View Now
Posted by Development Ready on Mar 14, 2019

Ray White Special Projects Queensland have recently released the third edition of their bi-annual ‘Development Opportunities’ magazine.

This comprehensive property guide offers developers and investors an in-depth view of the latest and highest calibre Queensland development sites currently listed for sale.

Such highlights include; a development approved site in Manly West, where 1.62-hectares of bayside land is set to yield 36 multi-dwelling units; a 4,759sqm Mitchelton development opportunity to be sold with plans drawn and development application lodged for the construction of a high quality apartment project; and a significant residential development project in South Ripley set for subdivision to allow for a designated combination of Residential and Mixed-Use (5.3ha*) under Ripley Valley Urban Core Land Use Plan.

For experienced and serious developers and investors, this magazine offers an easy one-stop-shop with some of Queensland’s greatest opportunities.

The publication also provides a list of recent major transactions, demonstrating the strength of the Queensland property development market and the potential still to be realised.

Download your copy of Ray White Special Projects Queensland’s magazine here.



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