Brisbane's West End development signs up two new tenants

Brisbane's West End development signs up two new tenants
Brisbane's West End development signs up two new tenants

Pradella's $1 billion riverside West End development in Brisbane has two new tenants, which includes a restaurant.

Restaurateur Amit Maharaj will open his second venue in West End, having leased a 55 sqm space in the latest stage of riverside West End for a new restaurant.

The second tenancy has been taken up by convenience operator NightOwl, which has taken up a 150 sqm tenancy.

Table 26 and NightOwl are located on the corner of Roger and Duncan Streets in West End.  

Gardens at riverside West End, includes four buildings - Arbor, Parc, View and Rise -  with a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments.

A few apartments remain for sale in the Gardens priced from $399,000.

Maharaj’s new restaurant, Table 26, will launch in August.

He has owned and operated the popular West End Park Cafe since 2003 and said his vision for Table 26 was to create a new 'local venue', which would operate from breakfast through to dinner.

He said the restaurant had been inspired by his father, who passed away in 2009.

Maharaj said he was drawn to Riverside because of its prime location in West End, which had become a favourite for Brisbane foodies and boasted a fast-growing local population.

NightOwl marketing manager Geoff Herbert said the new convenience store offers a broad range of products, including healthy fast food and barista style coffee.

The riverside West End NightOwl will be the franchise's 69th store in Queensland and its eleventh across the Brisbane CBD.

Pradella director Kim Pradella said Table 26 and NightOwl would add to the lifestyle and convenience on offer at riverside West End and the eclectic mix of restaurants, cafes and retailers in the area.

Another $75 million complex of 80 terraces is coming up in Brisbane's West End.


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