The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2018-06-18T04:47:36Z Thinking Outside the Market Square 2018-06-18T04:47:36Z thinking-outside-the-market-square With progress comes change. And with change comes opportunity. Based on a foundation of sustainable retail success and a rapidly expanding local business and social community, Market Square is now undergoing an extensive development project to meet flourishing shopping, dining, services and healthcare demand – after all – it sits at the epicentre of one of the fastest growing regional areas in South East Queensland! The government continue to inject public infrastructure into this burgeoning area, private enterprise and industry are setting up shop on a daily basis and new residents are buying their dream home and settling on the shores of the state’s bustling capital city. According to Ben Stewart , Director Retail and Residential at MINTUS , owners of Market Square, “We’re here to support this renewed urban lifestyle and growth phenomenon”. This Wednesday, June 20, the soil will turn signaling the activation of development works that will see over 5,000m2 of new tenancies and thoroughfare spaces created for both locals and visitors to enjoy. New tenancies for lease range in size from 55 m2, the average footprint being approximately 80m2. Complementing what is sure to deliver increased patronage will be a new carpark providing generous spaces for an extra 101 cars { now 800+ total } onsite with shade sails also erected in certain areas; multiple entry and exit points making it safe and easy to come and go in every direction. An architecturally designed exterior façade and internal fit out will seamlessly blend into Market Square’s current design but with contemporary feature and fixture upgrades sympathetic to the natural surrounds of the Bay area. Three new major service tenants have already leased large tenancies being Play and Learn early education and childcare, Smart Clinics Family Medical Centre and Moreton Bay Radiology. Other available retail tenancies are experiencing high interest from prominent domestic and international brands keen to capitalise on a local market with a healthy median household income and high propensity to spend. Long-standing reputable tenants including Woolworths, Dan Murphy’s, Choice Variety, Australia Post, Amcal, Domino’s and more lay testament to a Centre that delivers on both customer and provider experience. Mr. Stewart believes the timing is opportune for the Centre to be taken to the next retail level; “when we added the unfinished Market Square to our commercial portfolio, we saw it as a serendipitous opportunity to shape an already successful retail asset into an even better one”.