Property development activities are the current mainstay of our operation. We continue to focus on a diverse portfolio of development and redevelopment projects that can deliver economic or social and community returns, or both, to Logan.
Our initial property development activities are focussed on underutilised and surplus Council premises. We are playing a critical role in reducing the costs of maintaining the life cycle costs of these premises and resultant impost on the ratepayers of the City of Logan. Our evolution will see us move more and more into the private market, seeking strategic development partners to deliver outcomes for the City of Logan.
Our strategy is driven by the desire to design state of the art, innovative and sustainable places for people to live, work and play. This desire extends to deliver a mix of commercial, community-based and other assets. At the heart of what we do is executing outcomes that enliven communities and create better places and jobs.
Refer to Priority 1 of the investLogan Plan for a detailed project pipeline.
Deliver better urban environments that make our city easygoing, functional and prosperous.
Beenleigh is set for a $40m economic and jobs boom with the proposed mixed-use development at 96-98 York Street. The York will be a new seven-storey commercial office building that 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.
The Community Housing Project in Marsden will deliver two three-bedroom dwellings that can be used as National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) housing and also provide facilities for a Supported Independent Living Provider to be present on site. investLogan is working with the development partners on the design of the dwellings – construction is scheduled to commence early 2020.