QUEENSLAND’S state government has put a 5,801 sqm site at the gateway of the Sunshine Coast industrial park up for sale, looking for the land to be developed to provide services and amenities to the 2,500 employees expected to work from the estate once it reaches completion.
CBRE’s Glen Grimish and Tony Justo are marketing the 1-3 Claude Boyd Parade in Bells Creek by expressions of interest closing 12th June, on behalf of Economic Development Queensland, a government business unit focused on driving the state’s economic growth.
Economic Development Queensland will look more favourably at development proposals that deliver food and beverage offerings, child care, a convenience store or small supermarket, medical and health or personal services.
Town planning guidelines also allow for uses including a service station, newsagency, bank, hardware or bakery.
Of the park’s 73 lots, spread over 78 hectares, 80% have been developed, sold or are under contract. The park is split into medium impact and high impact industry precincts, and the Local Business-zoned 1-3 Claude Boyd Parade is at the entrance to the medium impact sector, where all 36 industrial lots have been sold or are under contract.
Among the 100-plus businesses already operating from Sunshine Coast Industrial Park are Dunemann Constructions, Dancourt, Orora Packaging, Beel Welding, One Stop Joinery, Northsun Commercial Interiors, CSR Gyprock, ABC Manufacturing, Tellam Civil Products and Sunbus.
Grimish said a dozen new infrastructure projects were transforming the Sunshine Coast into one of Australia’s most dynamic, ‘smart’ regions.
Australian Property Journal