Shopping Centre Approved Site in Prosperous Southern Brisbane
Posted by Development Ready on Nov 30, 2018

276-278 Kingston Road, Slacks Creek, Queensland, 4127
A large exposed block, on a major arterial road, has recently become available for purchase and is set to draw enquiries from many commercially minded developers and investors.

The 3,406sqm site is to be sold with approved plans for a 998sqm shopping centre, designed to accommodate 10 separate retail tenancies, 53 ground level car spaces, 28 basement level car spaces plus 20 on-site bicycle racks. 

FAL Property Group’s Jeremy Conybeare has been exclusively appointed to bring this commercial development to the market. As the property is expected to attract a multitude of developers and investors, potential purchasers are encouraged to register their interest early.

A well-considered plan in a well-considered area

The positioning of this commercial proposition is highly strategic, boasting considerable exposure to Kingston Road and sitting adjacent to a prominent Caltex Service Station.

Slacks Creek is an inner northern suburb of Logan City, just 22 km south-east of central Brisbane. The suburb has a population of approx. 10,435 people and this site in particular, sees 44,000 cars pass by each day.

Kingston Road, Slacks Creek, Summary

  • Land Area: 3,406sqm
  • DA Approved for a 998sqm shopping centre for 10 tenancies
  • 81 on-site car spaces both above and below ground
  • High-exposure site with 44,000 cars passing by every day
  • To be sold privately; enquire today to receive a copy of the approved plans, for more information and to submit an offer

*Please note that all financials, measurements or distances quoted above are approximate only.

For further information please contact FAL Property Group and mention Development Ready in your interactions.

FAL Property Group
Jeremy Conybeare – 0411 228 233

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