Belmonde Property Group key developer in convenience centre market
Developer Belmonde Property Group’s completion of a $30 million project in Redbank Plains has cemented its reputation as a key developer in the convenience centre market.
The Redbank Plains Convenience Centre includes Queensland’s first drive-through Krispy Kreme and the state’s first of American burger giant Carl’s Jnr restaurant rollout.
The convenience centre, covering 1.7ha and completed in less than 9 months created 350 new jobs for locals.
Belmonde Managing Director Todd Brown says the centre provides a strategic convenience option for Redbank Plains’ rapidly growing population base.
“This development marked a major milestone in the area and brought a much-needed range of services to the Redbank Plains community,” says Mr Brown.
“It’s a great example of our ability and commitment to a local area by getting to understand what is required and then creating a centre to cater to the current and future needs of a suburb.
“Commercial centre development is not just about building a petrol station with a few supporting tenancies, it requires a deeper understanding of the area and of future retail trends such as the drive-through phenomenon.”
The new centre is anchored by a Caltex service station and ten commercial tenancies including Origin Kebabs and is the first complex to house five drive-throughs on site.
The Caltex service station’s new concept known as ‘The Foodary’ will be treating visitors to free barista coffee, 5 cents-per-litre off fuel and food sampling of fresh products including sandwiches, wraps and baked goods.
American burger chain giant Carl’s Jr will provide specials on both their Breakfast and lunch offers including 99c pancakes, while doughnut lovers will be able to purchase a dozen doughnuts and get another dozen for five dollars.
Zarraffas and Origin Kebabs are offering free product samples, exclusive meal deals and entertainment for the kids.
Other outlets include an Indian restaurant, a Sushi eatery a bottle shop and a gym.Back