Oliver Hume place Brisbane site on market

Oliver Hume place Brisbane site on market
Oliver Hume place Brisbane site on market

Oliver Hume, one of Australia's largest privately owned real estate groups, has listed a major Brisbane project site for sale.

Its listing comes as the company reports a $2.2 million loss in its last financial year.

The loss, which follow the prior years profit of $10 million, came as a result of falling sales and land write-downs, according to Fairfax Media who went onto quote "insiders" as to the cause.

However a spokesperson for Oliver Hume wouldn't be drawn on the allegations of a "dramatic fall in the company's fortunes."

The accounts showed write-downs for its land, redundancies, and $3.2 million in sales commission cancellations.

Offers on 32 Cribb Street, Milton close today through Cushman and Wakefield.

Set on 3,479 sqm the parcel was valued in June last year at $11.5 million.

The holding has three street frontages.

It is currently approved for 260 units and 1,225sqm of retail accommodation.

Situated within access of all forms of public transport, retail amenity, Brisbane River and the CBD the property is code assessable for 20 levels and a variety of outcomes including commercial, retail and residential uses.

"Its current improvements allow holding income during development planning time frames," the agents advise.

The property last sold in 2014 by the Qld government for $13,706,520.

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