Lifelong Learning, Employment and Community Involvement
Education City strives to attract tenants that encourage continuous learning, employability skills and community involvement.
Multiple Learning Opportunities
Co-location facilitates collaboration between education and training providers. Multiple providers attract an increased number of students moving through the education continuum.
We help tenants grow their businesses by facilitating partnerships, providing economic access to shared high quality facilities, undertaking joint marketing and providing exposure to a wider audience beyond Greater Springfield.
Greater Springfield is currently the fastest growing region in South East Queensland and projected to experience a 95.9% increase in residents aged 15 to 39 over the next 18 years.
Each week more than 1,500 people move to Queensland. Greater Springfield is currently Queensland’s fastest growing CBD with an equivalent population of 105,000 and the greater catchment forecast to reach 500,000 within 20 years.
Technology of the highest degree
Be a part of a city where information communication technology is ubiquitous and delivers knowledge and business efficiency.
Located in the heart of Greater Springfield, Education City enjoys excellent links to growing retail, health, business and residential facilities.
Projections indicate there will be 30,000 jobs in close proximity to Education City through the development of:
• $6 billion, 320-hectare Springfield Central business district
• $1 billion Health City precinct
• $1.2 billion Orion retail and entertainment development
• Residential development worth $12 billion
Capital deferment, finance options, lower up-front capital costs, amortising fit out, shared facilities, joint marketing opportunities, use of existing IT and telecommunications infrastructure all contribute to minimising costs at Education City.