Wattle Run, with GEON Property, is proud to launch the Freshwater Hub development in Griffin today, with commercial opportunities within this expansive precinct now available.
With construction set to begin this year, Freshwater Hub, located north of Brisbane, will include boutique retail at Freshwater Village, Freshwater Harvest (an urban farm), Freshwater Park and Freshwater Place – a residential development by Marquee Development Partners.
Dr Jennifer Fisher, Director, Wattle Run said Freshwater Hub combines the convenience of city living via the mixed-use tenancies available in the Freshwater Village Shopping Centre with the rustic country charm of an urban farm and parkland.
“Freshwater Hub will provide locals with an urban farm, vast parkland, family-friendly cafés, restaurants, groceries, specialty shops, medical and fitness services.
“There will be plenty of lush green spaces intertwined within The Village and the entire complex making outdoor meetings, catch ups with friends or a lunch break in the park, the new norm at Freshwater Hub,” she said.
“Our mantra for Freshwater Hub was to design a truly unique development where lifestyle and convenience are imperative for creating the ideal community that lives, works and plays together with everything on their doorstep.”
Dr Fisher said having such a unique direction meant finding the right team of specialists to help realise this vision.
“GEON Property was not just the logical choice for Freshwater Village leasing and property management, but their values closely aligned with Wattle Run and the Freshwater Hub’s mantra, making them the perfect fit,” she said.
Ben Griffin, CEO, GEON Property said the contemporary design, masterplan and the community focus make Freshwater Hub a unique and premium location for businesses seeking quality space in a high-demand area in Griffin.
“The synergies between our companies resonates with business and local communities who see the opportunity to be part of something different.
“This is why Freshwater Village, anchored by Woolworths, has already attracted significant support from the business sector, with some high-profile leases already in negotiation.
“These include Woolworths and BWS who will open a full line supermarket with a full range of groceries, fresh meat, bakery, deli, frozen goods, fresh fruit and vegetables,” Griffin said.
“Like Wattle Run, creating valued spaces that enhance the quality of life for all Queenslanders is at the heart of everything we do,” Griffin said.
The Village will see restaurants and cafés, a Chemist, medical centre, barber, newsagency and more when it opens in 2024.