Second prestige vacant New Farm block in just over a month on the market

Second prestige vacant New Farm block in just over a month on the market
Second prestige vacant New Farm block in just over a month on the market

Just weeks after an $11.3 million vacant New Farm block was sold, another nearby riverfront knockdown opportunity has hit the market.

It is 33 Maxwell St, a 941sq m block, in one of the city’s most prestigious pockets.

It features 18.3m frontage to the Brisbane river with private pontoon. 

Tina Quintner, who has owned New Farm Bikes for around three decades, has watched the cityscape evolve into a world city in this time. 

Second prestige vacant New Farm block in just over a month on the market

Ray White New Farm agents Nicholas Given and Matt Lancashire said the opportunity was attractive for its development potential in Brisbane’s blue chip suburb.

Professional town planners have identified a number of potential development scenarios. Take advantage of the current demolition approval, bring your architect and town planner to what is one of Queensland’s most sought-after riverfront land opportunities,” Mr Lancashire said. 

It is within walking distance to the CBD, James Street precinct, Merthyr Village, New Farm Park and the redevelopment of the historic Howard Smith Wharves.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian

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