Springfield Grande Shopping Hub Soon to Rise in Springfield Lakes

Springfield Lakes residents can look forward to a new shopping destination as Springfield Grande prepares to open its doors in early 2025.

Springfield Grande, previously known as Springfield Lakes Shopping Village, will soon begin construction at its prime location on 11 Grande Avenue. This much-anticipated project comes to fruition under the new ownership of Limbada Group, taking the reins after Taree Property faced voluntary liquidation.

The owners are pushing forward with the approved plans for the centre, aiming to commence construction in just four months. With this timeline in mind, locals can look forward to Springfield Grande’s grand opening in early 2025.

Site plan | Photo Credit: Ipswich City Council / developmenti.ipswich.qld.gov.au

Strategically positioned a mere three and a half kilometres from the thriving Orion Shopping Centre in Springfield Central, Springfield Grande will be ideally situated to meet the growing demands of the community. Anderson highlighted the centre’s intent to cater to the rising needs of nearby Aveo retirement living, as well as the expanding communities at Springfield Rise and Greenbank Arterial.

The current blueprint for Springfield Grande reveals an impressive array of businesses, poised to deliver a diverse range of services and products. Anchored by a Drakes Supermarket, the centre will also feature a 7/11 convenience store, a Snap Fitness gym, the popular Yiros Shop, Sushi Hyo, and JAX Tyres Auto. 

Retail elevations | Photo Credit: Ipswich City Council / developmenti.ipswich.qld.gov.au

Moreover, a pharmacy, bottle shop, laundromat, kebab shop, and bakery will enhance the convenience and variety offered to shoppers. Anderson expressed the team’s ongoing commitment to finding the perfect tenants to complete the centre’s vibrant atmosphere including a cafĂ© and restaurants.

The plans for Springfield Grande may also include the addition of an auxiliary childcare centre, ensuring that families in the area will have access to quality care whilst attending to their shopping needs.

Published 19-May-2023