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164 Grey Street, South Bank.

This A grade 3,079m² commercial office building is located opposite the South Bank Parklands and is the head office for Publicis Mojo advertising agency. This building is four storeys with 40 underground carparks.

Purchased in 2009 with the ground floor predominantly vacant, an upgrade program has been undertaken and successful leasing campaign embarked on resulting in six new exciting tenants being San Kai – Japanese restaurant, Gelare – Italian desert cafe, Torba – Restaurant & lounge, Treehouse – Coffee kiosk, Theobroma – Chocolate cafe lounge and Commonwealth Bank.

 324 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley.

 This 2,104m² site adjoins the Valley Metro Train Station and enjoys street access via Wickham, Constance and Alder Streets. The site is occupied by a two storey commercial building with four tenants and 19 undercover secure carparks.
This site has been earmarked in the Fortitude Valley Neighborhood Plan as being part of the Valley Heart and subject to council approval, could be redeveloped to a maximum height of 25 storeys.

“Sundata House” – 79 Hope Street, South Brisbane.

Located 1.3km from the Brisbane GPO and nestled within the vibrant South Bank Precinct. Sundata House is a two level commercial building of 927m² net lettable area with approximately 24 car spaces.

This property was purchased in 2008.

11 Hope Street, South Brisbane.

2001 – Shortly after purchase.

2001 – After demolition of the old Peacock’s Saw Sharpening building.

2002 – Concept Development for Apartments.

2010 – Artists Impression of “Common Ground”

2010 – Sold to the Qld State Department of Communities in association with adjoining site for future redevelopment of the “Common Ground” facility refer to for more information.

“Centrepoint” – 136 Goondoon Street, Gladstone.

Purchased in 2007, this 2496m² nett lettable five-story office building on a 3,544m² site offers an opportunity to be up-graded and expanded in the regional boom town of Gladstone. Major tenants are the Australian Electoral Office, Apprenticeships Australia Pty Ltd and ConocoPhillips Australia Pty Ltd along with several retail shops and other commercial tenants facing the main street including a Telstra business shop. This key commercial property has adequate land to build additional shops and offices should the demand arise.

8, 10, 12 & 14 Clive Street, Annerley.


This 2,200m² residential site previously had four dwellings utilised for student accommodation rentals.
In April 2014 a 16 Town home project was completed.

1 McEwan Street, Riverview, Ipswich.


A 6,725m² property purchased for its medium term growth potential in this re-emerging area in the important Western corridor. The strategic location of this land is near to the Riverview railway station and the proposed Riverview Business Park.

“Old Dixon’s Tannery” – 439 Montague Road, West End.


A Heritage listed warehouse/office building on 4,465m² of land situated in the fast changing, solid development pocket of Montague Road, South Precinct of West End. Originally connected to the Dixon Boot Factory which currently houses the Queensland Ballet. This site has strong growth prospects and is currently occupied with offices and warehousing tenants.
Property acquired in 2001.

“Juliette Corner” – 336 Ipswich Road, Annerley.


2004 – Before refurbishment.

Juliette Corner Concept Design.

2005 – After refurbishment.

This 2,172m² MP3 zoned site purchased in 2004 was refurbished in 2005. Currently leased to tenants allied with the food and medical industries.
This property was sold in February 2010.

399 Montague Road, West End.


A warehouse/office property of 7,663m² in land area, ideally located in the Montague South precinct of West End for future development across a range of different uses including unit, ground level retail and upper floor office development. This property was sold in 2008 to the Stockwell group.
Refer to Media Link for The Courier Mail (27/06/2008) article “West End Hot to Trot.”

2 Ambleside Street, West End.


Originally purchased from the Linfox group by the MD group, “The Armaguard Building” was Armaguard’s West End purpose built armoured vehicle depot for many years. For two years, this site was the home of ProppaNOW an Indigenous Artists Collective, whilst plans were being prepared for an affordable housing project that did not proceed. This site was sold in 2007 to the Indigenous Land Corporation and is the new home for the Brisbane Indigenous Media Association Incorporated and radio stations 98.9FM and 4AAA.
Refer to Media Link for Urban Developer (Issue 05/07) article – “Developer Committed to Aboriginal Art and Culture.” (Published by Urban Development Institute of Australia)

Southbank Campus Apartments (SCA) – 7 Hope Street, South Brisbane and 44 Montague Road, South Brisbane.


1999 – Under construction.
2008 – SCA completed in 2000.
2001 – 44 Montague Road, looking for a tenant after completion.
An Artists impression of “The Montague” built in 1890 refurbished in 2000.
The site for Southbank Campus Apartments, “The Montague” (formerly Coronation Hotel) and Shops at 44 Montague Road was acquired and negotiated by Paul Hey in 1998 on behalf of interests associated with Jeff Wicks and builder partner Gordon Clements.
This site was fully redeveloped in 1999/2000 into the successful mixed use project that exists today as the 93 apartments making up Southbank Campus Apartments, retail space at 44 Montague Road and the Refurbishment of the Montague building providing office space and Bar.
“The Montague” is owned by Jeff Wicks and is the heart of the Montague Developments operation with the location of its offices.
Refer to Media Link for The Courier Mail (28/04/1999) article “$15m Unit Block Targets Students”.