Silkstone In The News
AN urban storm water harvesting project in the heart of suburbia is a significant step in maintaining environmental sustainability in areas of mass development. The $1.7 million wetlands project at Jim Donald parklands at Eastern Heights neighbours Citimark's Coles Express, shopping centre and urban jungle set to open in 2017. View Full Article.
Affordable house prices are driving a recovery in Ipswich as first-time buyers and investors take advantage of a market that has struggled since 2011. Local agents are reporting an urgency from buyers not seen in recent years; sales volumes are up and days on the market are down. View Full Article.
Private property group Citimark has broken ground on its landmark $85 million Silkstone urban renewal project in Ipswich. The 14-hectare site, located just 2km from the Ipswich CBD, will comprise a shopping centre, an affordable residential community and parkland. View Full Article.
Construction has started on an $85 million development which will bring more than 100 jobs to Ipswich. By the end of next year, the former Bremer State High School site will become home to a new residential area, shopping centre and parkland. View Full Article.
The Industry Superannuation Property Trust has purchased $45 million worth of shopping centres in southeast Queensland being developed by private property group Citimark. View Full Article.
Coles has agreed to anchor the new $35 million Silkstone shopping centre that private equity group CitiMark is building near the Ipswich CBD, The Courier-Mail reported. It said that Coles has committed to lease 4200 sqm at the Silkstone Centre for 15 years. View Full Article
Property group Citimark has received approval from Ipswich City Council for two major projects which will transform the Ipswich suburb of Silkstone after purchasing the former Bremer TAFE site for $7.5 million. View Full Article