CHERMSIDE THE PLACE TO BE FOR QUEST

Written on the 26 October 2015

CHERMSIDE THE PLACE TO BE FOR QUEST

A NEW Chermside hotel and apartment complex has opened in the burgeoning north Brisbane growth-corridor.

Quest Apartment Hotels unveiled its second property in the area, which brings Quest to 10 properties in Brisbane.

Located just 10 kilometres from the Brisbane CBD, Quest CEO Zed Sanjana says the new property is in an ideal location.

"Chermside is seen as the primary economic and employment hub of Brisbane's northern region," says Sanjana.

"The local economy is going from strength to strength with growing demand for Quest's unique style of high quality corporate accommodation."

The surrounding area is home to vital infrastructure, comprised of residential, commercial, institutional and recreational facilities.

Sanjana says Quest's further expansion into Chermside is reactionary to the steady growth of business tourism into Brisbane.

"International business visitors to the state grew by 11.5 per cent in the year ending June 2015, with total international visitor numbers increasing by almost 8 per cent," he says.

"I look forward to a very bright future in Queensland as we continue to expand Quest across the state."

Quest Chermside on Playfield features 78 serviced apartments, with a mix of studio, one and two bedroom configurations.

The Chermside development joins an extensive pipeline of new property openings for Quest across Australasia, with Quest developments opening in 13 locations.


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