ALDER MOVES IN ON AHC HELENSVALE

Written on the 19 March 2013

ALDER MOVES IN ON AHC HELENSVALE

ANOTHER block of land has been snapped up in AHC’s Helensvale offering, as Alder Constructions moves into the area.

With plans to relocate from Biggera Waters and build a new headquarters, Alder Constructions managing director Greg Alder has purchased Lot 47 from the listed property development company at 116 Siganto Drive.

James Crawford and Stewart Gilchrist of Colliers International negotiated the 2000 square metre deal. The site forms a considerable part of AHC’s 30,000 square metre land offering and brings total sales to date to more than $6.3 million.

More than 13,700 square metres of commercial land has changed hands over the past four months, leaving only six vacant land lots in the development. Other residents include Gold Coast-based entrepreneur Tony Quinn and Zupp Property Group.

Alder cited the growth of his company and the high exposure of the site – which runs parallel to the M1 – as key reasons for the relocation.

“Having recently secured a number of projects, including the total refurbishment of the Gold Coast Turf Club, a number of bridges, several residential subdivision projects and a variety of commercial buildings, we need more space to house our growing number of staff,” says Alder.

“The northern corridor of the Gold Coast is a growth area and being a construction company, we want to be situated where the growth is going to be.”

Alder Constructions intends to start construction on its new three-level headquarters in the next three to four months, with hopes of finishing the building early next year.


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