Why Invest in Brisbane?
Reasons to Invest in Brisbane – A New World City
Central Village is another exciting milestone in the iconic inner city suburb of Fortitude Valley just 2km from the Brisbane CBD.. The $450 million development is an ideal location for an exciting inner city village delivering a mix of architecture, heritage and green space. Set on 12,854 sqm on the corner of Brunswick and Water Streets, Fortitude Valley. More than 50% of the site is devoted to green community space. 5 residential towers over 5* years plus retail and commercial.Central Village will incorporate three of the existing heritage buildings into its design, to ensure that this important connection to the past is not lost. These three buildings will be retained, enhanced and utilised as common use facilities for all residents.
Central Village sits adjacent to one of Australia’s largest urban rejuvenation projects, the $2.9 billion makeover of the Royal National Association Showgrounds. The community will be able to access them 365 days a year for markets, world-class exhibitions and displays, conferences, shopping and commerce.A few hundred metres east is the newly emerging Bowen Hills – a 108-hectare, 9-precinct residential, retail, commercial and community oriented suburb. Analysts say it has spectacular potential – as a new Brisbane CBD.A few minutes walk north is one of Australia’s leading teaching and medical facility, the Royal Brisbane Hospital that employs almost 7500 staff. The Queensland University of Technology’s Kelvin Grove and City campus and Queensland University’s Medical Research Centre are close by. All educational facilities are easily accessed from primary to tertiary institutions.
Fortitude Valley – In-demand and growing fast Demand is high, Vacancy rates are low Yield is 6.1%. Fortitude Valley is forecast to grow 54% over the twenty-year period between 2016 and 2036. The suburb is principally occupied by young, well-educated urban professionals. Median apartment price has grown by an average annual rate of 3.6%. Median apartment price is $410,000 as at December 2013. Fortitude Valley ranks as the 5th most affordable suburb. Vacancy rate across the one and two bedroom (unfurnished) apartment market – 1.7%. People just love living here and more than two thirds (70%) of all households are held under rental tenure, 50% are 20-34 year olds (Urbis). It’s convenient, offers a great lifestyle and has every amenity
Amenities befitting a new world city Central Village will offer resort-style amenities. Residents will enjoy Multi-million dollar man-made beach and pool; Drill hall, gymnasium and lounge; Fast internet connections plus high tech security; Upper level apartments (on some towers) will also offer views over RNA Showgrounds and beyond; The interiors of all apartments are immaculately presented with exquisite fitouts and European style appliances (or equivalent). Central Village will incorporate three of the existing heritage buildings into its design to ensure that this important connection to the past is not lost. These three buildings will be retained, enhanced and utilized as common use facilities for all residents.
- Brisbane CBD – Only 2km
- Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Gardens Point Campus
- Botanical Gardens
- Kangaroo Point
- Eagle Street Pier
- Story Bridge
- All Hallows’ Private School
- Fortitude Valley Entertainment Precinct
- Ann Street Shopping
- James Street Precinct
- Fortitude Valley Train Station
- St Joseph’s Private College
- Royal Brisbane Hospital
- Brisbane River
- Griffith University Southbank
- Southbank Institute of Technology
- $2.9B RNA Showgrounds Redevelopment