New estate in Springfield to house apx 12,000 residents, 4,000 homes

first_imgSpringfield Rise at Spring Mountain has been officially launched, set to home approximately 12,000 residents in 4,000 homes.SPRINGFIELD officially opened a new development yesterday which will eventually deliver around 4,000 homes to the area.The Deputy Premier, The Honourable Jackie Trade, Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale and Springfield Land Corporation joined Lendlease to celebrate the official opening of Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain.Sales are going strong with 560 lots already sold on the 415ha site.Lendlease’s Communities Business managing director Matthew Wallace said the developer was excited to offer customers a lifestyle choice with access to great facilities on their doorstep.“Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain is a great opportunity to be part of a master planned community with amenities that create great places where people want to live,” he said.Springfield Rise is set to have more than 50ha’s of open space, including 13 local parks, three district parks and plenty of walking, hiking and cycling tracks connecting to the Springfield town centre.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoSpringfield Rise at Spring Mountain has officially launched.Forest Ridge and Park Lane are currently under construction as Springfield Rise at Spring Mountain’s first residential addresses.Lots range in size from 240sq m to 640sq m with prices starting at $170,000.The Springfield Rise community is expected to eventually be home to around 12,000 people across 12 addresses.Only a 30 minute drive from the Brisbane CBD, the developments amenities include an expanding Orion Springfield Central including cinemas, cafes, and restaurants with Orion Lagoon right across the road. Health City, a unique 52ha medical and wellness precinct is nearby, incorporating the 1,200-bed Mater Private Hospital.Located in the suburb of Spring Mountain, Springfield Rise sits between Springfield Central and White Rock Spring Mountain Conservation Reserve.last_img