Unison Projects Launches Griffin Pocket


Brisbane-based developer

Unison Projects has unveiled a 292-lot home and townhouse development on the doorstep of Moreton Bay in the rapidly expanding Griffin area.

Located just 25 minutes from the CBD, the $85 million

Griffin Pocket will comprise two adjacent subdivisions; The Meadows and The Shores.

Griffin Pocket’s bushland-bordered lots are priced from $205,000 while turnkey house-and-land packages, offering single and double-storey designs, start at $429,000.

Sales and marketing manager Les Rissman said the launch of Griffin Pocket came off the back of strong sales at the company’s $100 million Parkvue land and townhouse project at Oxley, which has released its final stage.

Mr Rissman said Griffin Pocket was located in one of the fastest growing yet greenest areas of Brisbane.

“The North Lakes precinct has evolved into a major retail and commercial zone with a wide range of employment opportunities while also boasting public and private schools,” he said.

“Almost half of Griffin Pocket is designated as parkland while a 90 hectare regional sports field precinct is planned on land close by.”

State Member for Murrumba Reg Gulley said a surge of infrastructure, commercial and residential development over the past few years had put the area on the map as a desirable area to live and work.

“There’s been terrific jobs growth which in turn has created more demand for housing."The Meadows will have 114 home sites as well as an additional 34 townhouses surrounded by bushland, while The Shores will comprise 144 elevated lots.

The first stage of The Meadows is selling with lots ranging in size from 350 square metres to 757 square metres.

Lots in The Shores will range from 320 square metres to 740 square metres and will be released at a later date.

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