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Harris Farm Markets anchors Bulimba’s new Oxford Street lifestyle development

Bulimba's Oxford Street is soon to undergo an impressive transformation, thanks to visionary developers Cielo Property Group. Due to kick off in late 2023, the project has just announced its first tenant – beloved purveyor of fresh provisions, Harris Farm Markets.

Spanning 3081 sqm along Oxford Street, the development is set to revitalise the roundabout end of the lifestyle precinct, injecting some much-needed new life into the leafy strip. This is not Cielo Property Group’s first Bulimba project – the developer is responsible for high-end residential developments including The Belvedere and Elysium Bulimba, renowned for their striking facades. Meticulously designed by Bulimba local Z Architects, the three-storey retail and commercial development will juxtapose soft curves and arched features with clean lines and brickwork highlights. “We’re thrilled to add a playful touch to Oxford Street’s rich history and lively street culture,” says architect Milton Zietsman. “Our design weaves a story through its structure, making it a true part of the vibrant street scene.”

Cielo is positioning the Oxford Street development as a “food lover’s paradise”, anchored by its just-announced ground-floor tenant, Harris Farm Markets. The boutique grocer will occupy 90 percent of the development’s ground floor, with more retailers to be announced for the second and third floors. Cielo Property Group has confirmed that other deals have been finalised for the remaining tenancies and will be revealed in the near future. The development may also gain an exciting rooftop addition, pending council approval.

Demolition of the current 187–193 Oxford Street site is set to commence in September, with its opening slated for the first quarter of 2025. Stay tuned for further details.

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