Laguna North Lakes given green light by Moreton Bay Regional Council

Artist's impression of Laguna North Lakes Health Club
Artist's impression of Laguna North Lakes Health Club

Laguna North Lakes – A new mixed-use development located within North Lakes town centre has received formal development application approval from the Moreton Bay Regional Council.

The precinct, which is to be developed by The George Group in partnership with Pointcorp, will see the 1.7-hectare, $250 million precinct, set a benchmark for a mixed-use development in a traditionally suburban region, 26 kilometres north of the Brisbane CBD.

Laguna will deliver a 138-room hotel, 10,500sqm of A-grade commercial office space, 2,000sqm of health and wellness facilities, a 3,000sqm ‘resort-style’ restaurant and bar, and a publicly accessible aquatic centre with a lagoon-style pool.

Approximately 5,000sqm of fashion, food and beverage retail will provide a curated high-street retail precinct.

Artist's impression of Laguna North Lakes development
Artist’s impression of Laguna North Lakes development
Artist's impression of Laguna Drive within the new Laguna North Lakes development
Artist’s impression of Laguna Drive within the new Laguna North Lakes development
Artist's impression of Laguna North Lakes child care centre and commercial building
Artist’s impression of Laguna North Lakes child care centre and commercial building

Anchoring the development will be the 3,500sqm Laguna North Lakes convention and events centre, which will be one of the largest purpose-built venues in northern Brisbane, catering for 720 guests banquet style and 1600 standing, over two levels.

Brisbane-based architecture firm Richards and Spence have teamed up with Nettleton Tribe, to design a classic style architectural destination.

Construction is planned to commence in late 2018, with completion targeted for late 2020.

Patrick George, Director of The George Group, says the precinct has been designed as a destination that will be activated day and night.

“During the day locals, workers in the commercial tenancies, and indeed visitors to the region will enjoy a wide range of boutique retailers, cafes and outdoor dining, all revolving around a central tree-lined, pedestrian-orientated high-street, to be known as ‘Laguna Drive’.

“Families and hotel guests will also flock to the lagoon-style public pool or gym, and then after work and during the evening, the precinct will remain activated with the restaurants, bars and cafes offering a myriad of cuisines and experiences.

Artist's impression of Laguna public pool within the Laguna North Lakes development
Artist’s impression of Laguna public pool within the Laguna North Lakes development
Artist's impression of Laguna roofdeck within the Laguna North Lakes development
Artist’s impression of Laguna roof deck within the Laguna North Lakes development
Artist's impression of Laguna North Lakes commercial building
Artist’s impression of Laguna North Lakes commercial building
Artist's impression of Laguna North Lakes hotel building
Artist’s impression of Laguna North Lakes hotel building

“The Laguna convention and events centre will also play an important role in meeting community demand for event and meeting spaces.

“To date there has been a wide range of local, Brisbane-based and national interest in leasing both retail and food and beverage tenancies. Interest in commercial tenancies has also been very strong.

“We are very excited that Laguna North Lakes will deliver a host of benefits for the North Lakes community that will make it quite unique to any other mixed-use precinct in a suburban context.  It will become the village heart of North Lakes and the Moreton Bay region,” added Mr George.

Pointcorp Laguna North Lakes Fly Through from Metropolis on Vimeo.

More information about this development can be found at lagunanorthlakes.com.au.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Mieke, You will be able to view the River Hongbao from around the Marina Bay precinct at no charge. The MRT typically finishes between midnight and 1am, depending on your location. However, these times are typically extended during Chinese New Year until around 1.30am. Best regards, Jess

  2. I like the multi-purpose space design. I think the design looks great. Not sure about the public pool lagoon idea but that’s my only criticism. If the project goes ahead, it will put the burden on councils shoulders to step up and provide the public transport required in the region that this project demands.

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