$550 million residential project planned at old Southport hospital site

$550 million residential project planned at old Southport hospital site
$550 million residential project planned at old Southport hospital site

Queen Street Village, a $550 million residential project in the Gold Coast, is expected to be launched in the next few weeks.

The 3.2 hectare old Gold Coast Hospital site in Southport is being developed by Property Solutions. 

Pending an approval by Gold Coast City Council, Queen Street Village will comprise medium-rise apartment towers surrounded by a retail and dining precinct.

It will aim to create an urban village feel with entertainment, commercial office space, a medical centre and cinema. 

Brisbane-based Property Solutions have worked on urban renewal projects such as James Street at Fortitude Valley, The Barracks at Paddington, SW1 at Southbank and the urban redevelopment of Nundah Village. 

Property Solutions joint managing director, David Blanck, said they had been working with council for the approvals.

Property Solutions sales and marketing director, Craig Wright, said they were in the final stages of development approvals for stage one.

“Our overall design concept for Queen Street Village is responsive to the unique facets of the site’s characteristics and surrounds, with open spaces and mid-rise apartment buildings maximising on natural air flow and light,” added Blanck. 

Property Solutions said it chose Southport for the project because of its growing population, public transport infrastructure and the rise in demand for multifaceted apartment living. 

Queen Street Village marketing manager and TOTAL Property Group MD, Adrian Parsons, said with they had received a number of enquiries already. 

 

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