Opportunities for food and beverage operators at Brisbane’s Homemaker The Valley

Opportunities for food and beverage operators at Brisbane’s Homemaker The Valley
Opportunities for food and beverage operators at Brisbane’s Homemaker The Valley

Opportunities for new food and beverage operators are being created at Brisbane’s Homemaker The Valley retail centre as it begins to evolve under the ownership of Altis Property Partners.

Altis acquired the high profile centre in 2013 on the major thoroughfares of Ann and Wickham Streets, Fortitude Valley.

While Homemaker The Valley is 100% occupied, there is a continued drive for remixing initiatives.

Two prime ground floor showrooms of 286sqm and 351sqm are being offered off the back of lease expiries, Damian Crocetti, CBRE Director of Retail Services & Large Format Retail, said.

“A key driver for tenants is forecast growth in the catchment, with over 4,000 apartments being delivered in the next three years within a 1km radius of the centre,” Mr Crocetti said.

The centre already is home to over 30 home, lifestyle, food and fashion stores, including Harvey Norman, Domayne, Freedom, Nick Scali, Trade Secret, ALDI, Bubs Baby Shop, Bay Leather Republic, OZ Design Furniture, Snooze, Forty Winks and Dare Gallery as well as one café, a new car wash and two gymnasiums.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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