Investing in Jade

Queensland’s population is set to double by 2056, with growth to be concentrated in the south-east corner of the state. Brisbane, in particular, will be the beneficiary of this influx, giving it the second highest growth rate in the nation.

This continued growth, combined with “underbuilding” throughout the GFC years, has created a significant shortage of apartment stock in Brisbane’s inner suburbs, especially Albion.


Low interest rate environment Record low interest rates providing highly favourable lending conditions.


Infrastructure and investment A significant public investment in infrastructure and transport is underway, which is attracting unprecedented private sector investment that is a major driver of both local economic growth and residential dwelling demand.


Resilience of inner city apartment market Brisbane’s inner city market has remained resilient to economic turbulence with consistent growth in median values over the long term.


Amenity Albion offers a wide and unique range of business, retail and recreational amenity commensurate with the needs of the existing and growing community.


Population growth Projected population growth to fuel demand for new dwellings in a suburb with highly constrained land supplies.


Rental market strength Albion has a strong history of demand for rental dwellings, particularly in the form of medium and high-density dwelling types. In addition to this demonstrated demand is a market that has established weekly rental values at a premium to the medians recorded on both a state and national level.


Accessibility The trend toward inner city living is more popular than ever with a strong consumer focus toward convenience and accessibility. Albion is particularly well-positioned in this regard. The suburb is well-serviced by public transport infrastructure and easily accessible via private vehicles through major arteries surrounding the site.


Undersupplied residential market Due to highly limited land availability for new development, Albion is considered to be in a state where supply of new dwellings appears to be failing to keep up with demand.


Urban renewal Albion is being transformed into a transit-oriented development (TOD) which will inject amenity, population and workers into the area.


Jade’s high level of communal facilities surrounded by green, open space.