UNISON PROJECTS BANKS ON FIRST HOME BUYERS

UNISON PROJECTS BANKS ON FIRST HOME BUYERS

UNISON Projects has unveiled an $85 million residential development in Moreton Bay, targeted towards entry level buyers.

Griffin Pocket will comprise two subdivisions, The Meadows and The Shores, with 292 lots for home and townhouse construction.

Sales and marketing manager Les Rissman says Griffin is one of the fastest growing suburbs in Brisbane.

“The North Lakes precinct has evolved into a major retail and commercial zone with a wide range of employment opportunities, while also boasting public and private schools,” Rissman says.

“At the same time it sits on the doorstep of beautiful Moreton Bay and the Pine River, which offer plenty of recreational boating and fishing.

“Almost half of Griffin Pocket is designated as parkland while a 90 hectare regional sports field precinct is planned on land close by.”

Sites bordering bushland start from $205,000, while turnkey house and land packages start at $429,000 for single storey.

“The pricing is attractive to young families and first home buyers who want to stop renting and get a foothold in the property market,” Rissman says.

State member for Murrumba Reg Gulley says the recent surge in infrastructure has bolstered the demand for housing in the region.

“The arrival in North Lakes of major players like Westfield, Bunnings and Costco underlines the volume and pace of population growth here,” Gulley says.

“It’s satisfying to see projects like Griffin Pocket meet demand for affordable housing product while combining proximity to shops, jobs and schools with lifestyle elements like parkland and access to the water.”

Griffin Pocket follows Unison Projects’ $100 million Parkvue development at Oxley, which is now in its final release stage.

The Meadows first stage is on sale now, with lots in The Shores to be released at a later date.

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