Renowned for its luxurious lifestyle attractions, Oxford Street in the heart of Bulimba is set to be transformed following the construction of an exciting new development. Heralding a thrilling new era for the cosmopolitan precinct, the forthcoming project promises to impress with its striking design and sensational offerings.
Reimagining a prime 3,081sqm site in central Oxford Street, distinguished local developer Cielo Property Group have partnered with the renowned Z Architects to craft an innovative mixed-use development spanning three levels. With the potential to add a fourth level for a rooftop venue (STCA), the project will feature a collection of quality retailers, enticing culinary options and high-end grocer Harris Farm Markets. Harris Farm CEO Luke Harris said they are thrilled to become an integral part of Oxford Street’s landscape. “The prospect of joining this vibrant Bulimba community and curating our finest fresh produce for the area fills us with anticipation,” said Harris.
Image Credit: Cielo Property Group
Director of Cielo Property Group Justin O’Donnell says the project presents an exclusive opportunity to make their mark in one of Brisbane’s most popular enclaves while maintaining the integrity of the precinct. “Oxford Street is exceptionally tightly held, possibly being the most tightly-held street in Brisbane, which contributes to the challenge of initiating changes since properties rarely change hands,” said O’Donnell.
Place Bulimba Lead Agent and Bulimba specialist Matthew Hackett agrees, saying the development brings forth a rare chance to shape the precinct’s future. “The upcoming development is poised to transform Oxford Street into a vibrant and modern destination, while also preserving its unique character and ushering in a new era of prosperity,” explains Hackett. “The addition of Harris Farm Markets and other exciting retailers and dining options will enhance residents' lifestyle experiences and draw in visitors, further solidifying Oxford Street as a thriving and attractive destination.”
Construction is expected to commence in the last quarter of 2023. To find out more, visit the Cielo Property Group website here.
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Images courtesy of Cielo Property Group.