Middleton Park – Steaming ahead

CFMG Capital’s Middleton Park project in Logan Reserve continues ahead of schedule, with sales enquiry and conversion strong and the site now full cleared and ready for bulk earthworks commencement.

As the market winds down for the Christmas break, CFMG Capital will hit the ground running in January at Middleton Park, with the sales office set for installation prior to Christmas which should coincide with further activity on site.  In combination, these two factors will inevitably see sales growth pick up further as the project moves into 2018.

Stage 1 consists of 70 homesites and the project will deliver a variety of lots ranging from 350m2 to 506m2.

Middleton Park sits in the middle of the key urban growth corridor of Logan Reserve, located just 30 minutes from the Brisbane CBD and less than an hour from the Gold Coast beaches.

Logan Reserve is earmarked to become a key driver within the great South-East Queensland Regional Plan, with planning already underway for a thriving hub of new shops, cafes and urban renewal.

Clinton Trezise, Director of Residential at Colliers International who are marketing the development said this community will attract a range of buyers considering the population growth and high demand in the area.

“Clearing of the site for the first release is now completed. The campaign is producing a lot of interest already and the estate is destined to be an enormous success with the local buyers.

“House and land packages at Middleton Park start from only $360,000 and the range of homesites available would appeal to first home buyers, upgraders as well as downsizers.

“Given the infrastructure, amenity and influx of new housing in the Logan region, buyers can see the investment potential of buying into a development within growing region.

“The first stage offers a range of homesites with buyers having the flexibility to select their own builder or choose from range of home and land packages that are currently on offer. Lots vary in size and are selling from $175,000 to $235,000,” said Mr Trezise.