FAIRFIELD HOMEMAKER CENTRE
Fairfield Homemaker Centre will set new standards in retail for North Queensland. With cutting-edge design, environmentally friendly solar electricity generation, as well as customer-friendly features such as ample car parking, an easy to navigate layout and sun and rain protection from car to entry, this centre, is providing a customer focused home and living offering to the market
Stage 1 construction has been completed and includes nationally recognised brands Pillow Talk, Beacon Lighting, Pet Barn, Greencross Vets, Godfreys, Loot Homewares and World Gym. Stage 2 construction has commenced in October 2017, with a number of prime tenants already committed for stage in mid 2018.
For the ever-growing city of Townsville, Fairfield Homemaker Centre is a cutting-edge retail centre dedicated to home living and health. It is the much-anticipated new homemaker centre in Townsville with retailer offerings that will set new standards in North Queensland. With 4m covered awnings between the car park and entry, and 3.6metre-high floor-to-ceiling glass façades, and an array of nationally recognised brands, Fairfield Homemaker Centre provides the ease and convenience shoppers will flock to.
28 Jennifer Street, Seventeen Mile Rocks will offer a unique opportunity to businesses seeking a “head office” facility accommodating 1,562m2 of office, 2,561m2 of warehouse and 606+m2 of hardstand area. Gross Lettable Areas: Warehouse: 2,561m2 (One or two tenancies) Tenancy 1 – 1053m2 Tenancy 2 – 1504m2 Office: 1,562m2 (One or two tenancies) Tenancy 1 – 357m2 […]
The CO:UP is a concept born from our ability to evaluate a community’s needs and join those that can best work together. It’s the first concept of its kind in Townsville and the first of its kind within a Large Format Retail Centre anywhere in Australia. In this instance, the CO:UP is a hub which […]
Led by Geon Property, the Albion Train Station Precinct Redevelopment partnership has entered into an agreement with the Department of Transport and Main Roads, and Queensland Rail to redevelop the state-owned 4 hectare site, bordered by Mawarra Street, and Albion and Hudson Roads. The project is known as the Albion Train Station Precinct Redevelopment. With […]