A new unique luxury industrial development has been launched to the market in inner Brisbane.

Gould Lane, which occupies a 3,236sq m site at 10-25 Gould Road in Herston, just five kilometres from the Brisbane CBD, will provide 15 units ranging in size from 123sq m to 221sq m, with each unit having a full mezzanine office floor, two car parks and one loading bay.

The development overlooks parkland and is situated near Ballymore Stadium, which is currently undergoing significant renovation and expansion in preparation for the 2032 Brisbane Olympic Games.

It is also close to an abundance of infrastructure and amenity, being in Brisbane’s inner city.

The units are being taken to the market via an Expressions of Interest campaign run by Knight Frank agents Paul Anderson and Andrew Doyle on behalf of the developer, Frank Developments.

The high-end industrial units are designed for either personal or commercial use, with uses including flexible warehousing, storage and physical logistics, with the luxury and comfort of residential dwellings.

Gould Lane has been expertly crafted for small to medium e-commerce businesses, tradespeople, importers and distributors, artists and photographers, leisure hubs, medical equipment suppliers and self-storage of boats, watercraft, cars and sporting equipment.

Mr Anderson said the development brought a new look and feel to the industrial space, and was a rarity in the industrial market, particularly in inner Brisbane.

“Gould Lane is a unique assortment of contemporary warehouses designed for small businesses, lifestyle enthusiasts and astute investors seeking a convenient new addition to their life,” he said.

“Each warehouse has been designed as an extension of the home or office, providing an opportunity to truly transform your business and lifestyle space.

“Micro industrial units have been a worldwide phenomenon, but especially in cities like Brisbane which are a gateway to Southeast Asia.

“Small business owners or large organisations looking for a satellite presence can take advantage of the modest size units in a corporate estate setting with Gould Lane.”

Mr Doyle said: “Land is so difficult for developers to secure, so this industrial development is a super rare offering, especially in its parkland setting.

“Our client has been fine tuning the design for over six months, with many small details being considered to make the units luxurious and functional.”

Construction on the industrial units at Gould Lane is scheduled to commence in the current quarter and be completed by the second quarter of 2023.

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