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Logan Housing Strategy

The City of Logan is in the midst of undeniable growth, with the population set to soar to nearly half a million over the next 15 years. As of 2020, Logan is home to approximately 340,000 residents[2], highlighting a clear need for appropriate housing and infrastructure in order to cater to the incoming demand, prompting the release of the Logan Housing Study.

Marsden community housing responds to housing crisis

In a step that addresses the need for National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) housing in Australia, investLogan has turned the first sod on a community housing solution in Marsden.


investLogan Chair Steve Greenwood said the current rate of construction of community homes doesn’t keep pace with the growing need, much less manage the backlog of people waiting for suitable NDIS accommodation.

Construction Update: The York, Beenleigh

Construction on The York, a major commercial development in Beenleigh, has reached new heights as it approaches completion set for mid-2021.


The joint venture between investLogan and Alder Developments is delivering on its commitment to injecting a $40m economic and jobs boom, with the project seeing 510 workers on site to date. Approximately 45 percent of site workers are from within 25 kilometres of Beenleigh.

Medy Hassan appointed investLogan CEO

investLogan Chair Steve Greenwood has today announced the appointment of Medy Hassan as investLogan’s new CEO.


Mr Hassan steps into the role with a vast understanding of investLogan following five months as Acting CEO and more than two years as a Board Director of investLogan, supported by 25 years of experience in private equity, property and construction.

Steve Greenwood, investLogan Chair

Despite a challenging 2020, the fundamentals of the Logan economy in 2021 are strong. New job opportunities, infrastructure investment and the strong community is what has carried us through the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is a real sense of community building in Logan, making it a place people want to live and work, which only encourages further investment from both the public and private sectors

Construction underway on Berrinba mixed business and industry development

investLogan has recently commenced construction on a mixed business and industry precinct in Berrinba, which will deliver a much-needed boost to the local economy and expanding commercial space in the growing precinct.


The development was officially launched by investLogan Chair Steve Greenwood, Mayor of Logan City Darren Power and Councillor Jon Raven Deputy Mayor of Logan City.