ANTIQUES ROADSHOW AT LOGANHOLME
The Brisbane Antique Centre has opened at
Loganholme to provide the largest concentration of small-time antique traders
The Brisbane Antique Centre secured a major tenancy
at 1/10 Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road, Loganholme, in a deal negotiated by Ray
White Commercial Springwood industrial sales and leasing consultant John De
The centre was officially opened last month by
ceramics expert and the star of British television’s ‘Antiques Roadshow’ Eric
John De Martini said the antique centre had leased
an area of approximately 2300 sqm of the complex, with a separate tenancy taken
up by Fernwood Gym.
“The Brisbane Antique Centre chose this complex due
to its size, visibility and location,” he said.
“There is room for up to 100 antique traders while
the site offers 140 dedicated off-street car parks, with 50 more under
“The complex includes a French-themed café and it
is easily accessed being located just off exit 30 on the M1 Motorway South at
Brisbane Antique Centre General Manager Jasmine Khan said the premises appealed
due to its size, location and several other significant features such as high
ceilings, world class lighting, air-conditioning and automatic entrance doors.
“This centre provides Brisbane with the greatest
concentration of small-time antique dealers in the largest amount of space of
any state capital,” she said.
Brisbane Antique Centre has taken up a seven year lease with options at a gross
rental industry sources estimate to be approximately $368,000 per annum.