Mercedes-Benz Brisbane is set to commence construction of its Australia-first Autohaus project at 194 Breakfast Creek Rd, Newstead in Brisbane after securing the prime site and recently receiving approval from the Brisbane City Council.
Mercedes-Benz Brisbane Dealer Principal, Shane Parkins said the development, on the current Breakfast Creek Wharf site, would be unique in Australia and paves the way for an exciting urban renewal that will not only revitalise the original site, but create an iconic leisure, entertainment and hospitality precinct enabling residents and visitors to truly embrace Brisbane's subtropical lifestyle.
The world-class design developed in conjunction with Mercedes-Benz and Architects Cottee-Parker, creates a multifunctional, user friendly and international standard public event space housed within a "GOMA-esque" design and most importantly will contain a showroom, full service dealership, classic car museum, service centre, retail, hospitality and office facilities.
Also included will be a high quality river walk to allow public access along the Breakfast Creek frontage and significant landscaping around the building and adjacent Ross Street.
To bridge the city’s desire to house highly visible, connected and productive precincts, the Mercedes-Benz Brisbane Autohaus development will house a café/bistro restaurant on the Breakfast Creek Wharf ground level - open seven days a week all year round for public enjoyment.
The precinct will be easily adopted as a key urban destination for weekday exercise, a weekend breakfast spot, business meeting destination and celebratory occasion venue. The café bistro will be family friendly with a quality menu at affordable prices.