Airport Central is proving a top destination for Gold Coast businesses with a raft of new tenants joining the Gold Coast Airport commercial mix.
Two new tenants have recently taken space at the already bustling precinct, with childcare operator Edge Early Learning and inTechnology Distribution signing up to an area that boasts a university, shops, a petrol station, cafes, tech companies – and a busy aviation business.
Edge Early Learning, which was established in 2017 and already has five centres in Brisbane and another at Pimpama, has taken a 1,686sq m space at Airport Central. The centre will open later in the year, employing about 30 local staff with capacity for 122 children.
Technology distribution and training company inTechnology Distribution, has taken a five-year lease on a 309sq m space with the ability to quickly move from desk to plane a key attractor.
Queensland Airports Limited Executive General Manager Property and Infrastructure Carl Bruhn said Edge Early Learning an inTechnology had both sought a strategic location in a growing commercial area.
“They are in the heart of the southern Gold Coast, with big businesses and a strong residential catchment on their doorstep,” he said.
“Factoring in other major leasing deals in the pipeline, Airport Central is close to full occupancy.”
Airport Central is owned and occupied by Queensland Airports Limited and sits on 1.78 hectares, with more than 230 car parks. Tenants include Volcom, Freedom Fuel, Subway, Innovation Tank and InTechnology.
Pictured: Carl Bruhn (QAL) and Annie Bryce (Edge Early Learning)