Shaping greater outcomes
for people and places

Queensland-based Geon Property enables better living by re-imagining environments. From design to construction, to service and beyond, everything we do is infused with the highest level of practicality, insight and quality.

Our diverse, collaborative team focuses on three main property areas: Property Development, Property Management and Funds Management. Our combined expertise and human-centric insights lead us to identify, and action, unique opportunities to create something greater for all: places in which people and communities can live and thrive in simpler, smarter ways.

News

  • 03, December 2018

    POP UP FOOD FAIR SHOWCASES NEW STORES AT FAIRFIELD HOMEMAKER CENTRE

    The Pop Up Food Fair was held on the evening of Thursday 29 November at Fairfield Homemaker Centre to celebrate Christmas and the opening of Stage 2. The carpark was transformed with 10 amazing food trucks, retailer stalls and competitions, petting zoo, live music, climbing wall and many other free family-friendly activities. Even Santa Claus […]

    03, December 2018

    POP UP FOOD FAIR SHOWCASES NEW STORES AT FAIRFIELD HOMEMAKER CENTRE

    The Pop Up Food Fair was held on the evening of Thursday 29 November at Fairfield Homemaker Centre to celebrate Christmas and the opening of Stage 2. The carpark was transformed with 10 amazing food trucks, retailer stalls and competitions, petting zoo, live music, climbing wall and many other free family-friendly activities. Even Santa Claus himself stopped by to stock up his sleigh with a few gifts ahead of the big day.

    The event was a great opportunity to showcase new retailers to the community while activating the centre and providing free entertainment for local families to enjoy.

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  • 03, December 2018

    A DESTINATION OF DISTINCTION

    Geon Property has lodged two development applications for Albion Exchange – one of Queensland’s largest inner-city urban redevelopments in recent years. Albion Exchange is set to bring new life to surplus and underutilised land near Albion train station. Submitted to Brisbane City Council in August and October respectively, our stage one and masterplan applications seek […]

    03, December 2018

    A DESTINATION OF DISTINCTION

    Geon Property has lodged two development applications for Albion Exchange – one of Queensland’s largest inner-city urban redevelopments in recent years. Albion Exchange is set to bring new life to surplus and underutilised land near Albion train station.

    Submitted to Brisbane City Council in August and October respectively, our stage one and masterplan applications seek approval for a transformative, mixed-use development spanning four-hectares of land, with the Albion Train Station at the heart of the renewal.

    Before lodging the development applications, Geon Property held community events and distributed project material, reaching more than 10,000 community stakeholders. We shared our vision and we learned more about what the community needs and wants.

    We have also coordinated several collaborative design workshops with experts including disability and accessibility advocates; urban planning, architecture and landscape design professionals, communication and brand specialists together with public transport user representatives.

    All of this input has been invaluable in helping us to shape future plans.

    Stage one will feature two slender, glass-clad residential buildings standing prominently above commercial and retail space. However, it’s the public open space features of Albion Exchange which we believe will be the defining elements. Stage one covers 6,458 sqm and more than 4,900 sqm of this space will be public open space for community use.

    Beyond stage 1, the overall masterplan creates opportunities to meet future community needs, and may feature uses such as education, health care, child care, retirement living and aged care facilities, residential housing, retail tenancies, together with high-quality dining and lifestyle facilities.

    Albion Exchange will create a new common ground for Albion, bring a new vibrancy to the suburb, and indeed broader north Brisbane.

    What’s next?

    We want Albion Exchange to be a dynamic, diverse and contemporary community hub which is why, over the next few months, we will be consulting with local businesses to include them in our site visioning process. This will help us understand the commercial drivers, which will underpin the success of Albion Exchange, and also ensure that we contribute to the revitalisation of commerce in Albion generally.

    We have also presented our proposal to all three levels of government and will continue to liaise with authorities and advocacy groups, such as Bicycle Queensland, to see how we can deliver the best and most accessible outcome for Albion.

    For more information, visit the Albion Exchange website. You can also listen to Geon Property CEO Ben Griffin’s interview on ABC Breakfast radio here.

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  • 03, December 2018

    IT’S RETAIL ALL THE WAY FOR GEON PROPERTY IN TOWNSVILLE

    It is all systems go for retail in Townsville with Geon Property receiving development approval for the new $33m Riverway Plaza and the signing of new tenants for Fairfield Homemaker Centre in Idalia. Riverway Plaza development manager Julia Foster-Massie said stage one of the Manolis family-owned project was due for completion in late 2019 with […]

    03, December 2018

    IT’S RETAIL ALL THE WAY FOR GEON PROPERTY IN TOWNSVILLE

    It is all systems go for retail in Townsville with Geon Property receiving development approval for the new $33m Riverway Plaza and the signing of new tenants for Fairfield Homemaker Centre in Idalia.

    Riverway Plaza development manager Julia Foster-Massie said stage one of the Manolis family-owned project was due for completion in late 2019 with the centre featuring a new 3,500m2 Woolworths supermarket, two specialty stores and a drive-thru fast-food tenant.

    Negotiations have commenced with local builder Phoenix Constructions.

    With stage one due for completion in 2019, plans are already underway for construction of stage two which will deliver an additional 1600m2 of supporting specialty retail. Stage two is due for completion in mid-2020.

    Meanwhile, mixed-homewares retailer Lincraft has opened a 1,000m2 concept store in stage two of Fairfield Homemaker Centre at Idalia, alongside Tradelink and Nutrition Warehouse. Queensland X-Ray and Cyrus Rugs will also join the major retailers when it opens early next year.

     

    To celebrate this major milestone, the centre launched the holiday season with a family fun night on Thursday 29 November. The event included extended shopping hours and instore promotions, food trucks, free entertainment and a visit from none other than Santa Claus himself.

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