Hotel & Lifestyle Precinct, Springwood
About this project
investLogan has released an Expression of Interest campaign through Minnet Prime Square for a proposed Hotel & Lifestyle precinct in Springwood, Qld.
Exploring a contemporary approach to subtropical short term accommodation, the “Vanessa Lane” development is centred around an active laneway with a focus on convenience, ambience, and lifestyle. The project will exemplify how spatial considerations and thoughtful planning can create delightful and meaningful placemaking.
“Vanessa Lane” demonstrates how an urban resort style precinct can be configured to better engage with the subtropics to deliver an exemplary subtropical design for the City of Logan.
The project revolves around a significant streetscape volume, featuring a retail and dining precinct at ground level with a series of elevated landscaped event terraces and function spaces on the first floor overlooking the energy and activity of the lane below.
The Hotel will boast a gross floor area of more than 6,000 sqm across 10 levels.
This development aligns with investLogan’s focus to activate suburban city centres and compliments Council’s work into reinvigorating the night time economy in the City of Logan.
Around 1.54 million domestic and international visitors relied on short term accommodation in Logan in the financial year leading up to the pandemic, and as the city experiences increasing tourism and work-related travel into Logan following the reopening of international borders this figure is expected to grow.
Despite high occupancy rates, no new stock has been developed for more than 15 years, providing an ideal investment opportunity, as well as an incredibly exciting activation of a precinct that will build on Logan’s lifestyle proposition.
Logan currently has 318 accommodation rooms, comprising mostly of motel style accommodation along arterial roads*. Hotel Accommodation capacity will increase by 35 percent with the proposed Hotel development.
Logan is well positioned to accommodate the demand that will come as we approach Brisbane 2032, with public and private investment already ramping up as Southeast Queensland prepares to be on the world stage.
Logan further benefits from the broader $1.8b SEQ City Deal, with priority lifestyle projects and regional infrastructure projects kickstarted through funding.
*Logan office of Economic Development
112 Room 4+ Star Hotel.
Retail, Food & Beverage, Conference & Event spaces, Pool, Fitness Centre
Cavill Architects (concept design)
Established in 2013, Cavill Architects is an award-winning architecture firm created to deliver civic-minded projects of the highest quality. The firm’s expanding range of briefs includes public works, accommodation, education, heritage revitalization, master planning, and single residences.
The practice is committed to projects that make a positive contribution to the public realm by challenging and exploring the relationships and opportunities between private and public space.
Minett Prime Square
Minett Prime Square is an independent advisory firm dedicated to the hospitality industry offering bespoke business development advice for hotel developers, owners and investors.
The Minett Prime Square team has deep experience in hotel operations, management and franchising, business development and asset management. MPS work with developers and owners of hospitality assets and their stakeholders to build value through creative development solutions, enhanced competitiveness, effective asset management, organic expansion and acquisitions.
Hotel & Lifestyle Precinct, Springwood
Located in the heart of the Springwood Commercial precinct.
Positioned directly off the M1 allowing easy access to Brisbane and the Gold Coast. The proposed development is 20 minutes drive from the Brisbane CBD and 25 minutes from the Brisbane Airport.
Springwood is one of the fastest growing areas for commerce, business and retail in the City of Logan, due to its proximity to the M1, and location adjacent to the surrounding suburban population.