Lowing and Bushe Real Estate Pty Ltd has recently been established by it’s founders Mark M. Lowing and Giles K. Bushe to service the rapidly expanding Commercial and Industrial Real Estate market on the Gold Coast. Both Mark Lowing and Giles Bushe have always adhered to the basic business fundamentals of honesty, integrity and tenacity – the core values that define Lowing and Bushe Real Estate.
Based in the heart of the Burleigh Heads Industrial area, neighbouring the suburbs of Varsity Lakes and Robina, which are established technological hubs of the Gold Coast, we are positioned for success with both these areas experiencing tremendous amounts of growth, with the extension of the Railway line to Varsity Lakes and the new Train Station, plus the continued development of infrastructure within the already thriving Precincts in this area.
Lowing and Bushe Real Estate is a young and dynamic company aspiring to provide the highest levels of advice and market knowledge, along with a dedication to professionalism and an unwavering focus on client service allowing you to capitalise on the local growth.
Whether you are looking to Buy, Sell or Lease, we are ready and available to ensure that your expectations and requirements are not only met, but well and truly exceeded.
First time offered to market - A Rare Cold Storage Facility.
This purpose built Cold Storage facility has never been offered to the market before and is available to Buy or Lease [More…]
Corporate HQ / 1st Class Offices in Robina. This unit can be split.
Stand out from the crowd in this 304 m² beautifully presented 2 storey office building [More…]
Nicely presented Offices & Storage / Display area.
This well equipped Concrete Tilt Up Strata titled Unit is being offered For Sale either as a Going Concern with a new 3+3+3 Lease OR Vacant Possession - The choice is yours... The unit comprises the following: Ground floor tiled showroom with A/C. Warehouse with Full height Auto Roller Door. [More…]
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