Potter Projects, a division of The Potter Group, has announced the acquisition of a prime 4,880 sqm industrial site in Burleigh Heads for a new warehouse development.
Zac Potter confirmed Potter Projects had acquired 49 Leda Drive, within an established and popular industrial precinct, for $3,100,000 plus GST.
Mr Potter said the vacant freestanding warehouse currently occupying the site would be demolished and replaced by an upscale industrial project comprising 22 light industrial warehouses with ancillary offices.
He said it would be similar to Potter Projects’ Flagstone Business Centre only metres away at 3 Flagstone Drive, Burleigh Heads.
The recently completed development has sold 15 of the 18 warehouses by completion, even with the COVID-19 pandemic taking place mid sales campaign.
Three warehouses now remain for sale.
“Warehouse sizes are likely to range from 85 sqm to 200 sqm, catering for a broad range of end users,’’ Mr Potter said.
“Several draft plans have already been drawn up and we hope to lodge a DA with council in the coming weeks,’’ he said.
Potter Projects is experiencing strong demand for its industrial property, achieving millions of dollars in sales across its growing portfolio of warehousing and commercial projects on the Gold Coast in recent months.