Work has begun on a “highly anticipated” retail village that will help cater for new residents of a burgeoning marina precinct.
Dockside Village will be located near the newly opened $16 million marina at Pelican Waters and include a supermarket, liquor store and dining options.
Brisabane-based Flux Property is developing the retail centre and secured the three tenants to deliver a “one-stop shopping experience”.
Flux Property’s Ben Sutcliffe said the precinct, located on a 3430sqm site, would offer quality and convenience.
“We’re incredibly proud to be bringing this development to life and uplifting the quality and convenience of the current retail landscape for the Pelican Waters residents and visitors,” he said.
“We always set the bar high and look to deliver the best possible outcome for the community – Dockside Village will be no exception.”
“This includes the consideration we’ve given to the tenant mix.
“We’re delivering the convenience that residents and visitors to the area want and are creating a one-stop shopping experience.”
A new IGA supermarket will be part of the precinct, which will be owned and operated by Greg and Lecinda Weiss.
The local couple have been the driving force in the Seasons IGA expansion across southeast Queensland.
Known as W’Gusto IGA, it will specialise in gourmet foods and offer a range of locally sourced products, with a lease secured for 15 years.
Other tenants will include Celebrations Liquor and Sushi Ari.
The centre will offer 40 car parks, three motorbike parks and 10 bicycle parks, plus electric vehicle-charging stations.
Dockside Village will connect to the new Pelican Waters Marina by boardwalk and will be accessible through The Basin at Pelican Waters.
Flux Property confirmed the centre is on track for opening in the second quarter of 2024.
Article source: www.sunshinecoastnews.com.au