First to market strategy proves to be a winner for local developer Evans Long

South East Queensland developer Evans Long has opened its latest development which is a 44 place stand-alone kindergarten over two levels on Fairfax Street at Sippy Downs.

The kindergarten was designed by local architects Blackburne Jackson and built by Evans Built and will cater for children aged between four to six and prepare them for the transition into prep and primary school.

Evans Long Director Matt Evans said the kindergarten follows the success of Evans Long’s other projects in Sippy Downs which were among the first in the precinct including the Central Retail project, Sippy Downs Early Learning Centre and soon to be completed Central Residences.

“This latest project continues to build on our reputation of being first to market within infrastructure-rich, master-planned precincts. Our track record across South-East Queensland has been to explore opportunities within commercial markets outside CBD locations.

“These locations often behave differently to big city settings and we’ve invested the time to understand the unique characteristics which has enabled our developments to often be the first to market in these precincts,” Matt said.

Matt said along with Sippy Downs, other ‘First to Market’ projects include the new Maroochydore City Centre where Evans Long developed the highly successful Foundation Place and A1 commercial buildings as well as the Pulse health building at Oceanside within Birtinya.

Evans Long is also the first private developer to commence a project on the commercial land known as Lumina at the Gold Coast Health & Knowledge Precinct with their flagship health project – Proxima currently under construction. Another example is Flagstone where Evans Long was the first to develop a facility for Bridgestone within the commercial precinct.

“Our ability to perform in these settings is proven and we’re always on the lookout for further opportunities,” Matt said.

For more information visit: www.evanslong.com.au

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