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The York

Status: Under Construction / Coming Soon

Location: Beenleigh QLD

Design and Construct

Category: Building | Commercial Office | Retail

Beenleigh is set for an almost $40m economic and jobs boom with the proposed development of a mixed-use precinct at 96-98 York Street.  The first new commercial office building to be constructed in Beenleigh in the last decade, the project is expected to bring 140 new full-time jobs and 100 construction jobs to the area.

 

THE DEVELOPMENT

The York features a facelift to John Lane, between John and George Streets, plus the development of a new seven-storey commercial office building, with 4,750 sqm of commercial space, comprising 156 sqm of retail, 452 sqm of SOHO and 4,004 sqm of office, as well as two levels of underground car parking with 10 short term car parks for public use.

The York will combine premium work space with study or home office space (SOHO) opportunities and pedestrian access to John Lane that may include new pavements, lighting, public art and WiFi.

CURRENT STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT

The York is currently seeking Queensland Government approval to extend a small part of its basement carpark underneath John Lane and ‘winter gardens’ over York Street and John Lane, which will act as a natural awning – a nod to Beenleigh’s heritage buildings.

Should this approval be successful, the project will seek Logan City Council approval with the view to start construction in late 2019.  The project team is committed to keeping the community informed throughout the planning, development and construction process.

THE DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS

investLogan is undertaking this project in partnership with Alder Developments.

Features

Some of the features of the project will be:

  • SOHO Style of office arrangements
  • 156m2 of ground floor retail space including cafes
  • 4,000m2 commercial office space
  • Sleak and sophisticated facades
  • 2 Level basement carparks
  • 5 Level office spaces
  • Roof Top Terrace

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