New Brisbane cultural hub Fish Laneway a catch for retailersThe inaugural Fish Lane Festival in South Brisbane this month drew big crowds. Photo: Glenn Hunt

New Brisbane cultural hub Fish Laneway a catch for retailers

A new retail hot spot in the cultural hub of South Brisbane is expected to reel in plenty of interest from prospective tenants.

Six long-term leasing opportunities are available through Colliers at Fish Laneway, an eclectic new urban zone luring customers and thousands of visitors from South Brisbane, Southbank, West End and the nearby CBD.

The laneway is emerging as a foodie haunt and hosted its inaugural Fish Lane Festival this month. The festival included a pop-up store by famous Sydney gelato shop Gelato Messina, which was celebrating its announcement to open its first Brisbane store.

New tenants will join retailers 5 Sisters Cafe, Stellarossa and Punjabi Palace.

An artist's impression of Fish Laneway. Image: Supplied An artist’s impression of Fish Lane. Image: Supplied

There are three spaces are available at 49 square metres, single tenancies of 52 square metres and 88 square metres as well as a 134-square-metre “anchor” tenancy.

Fish Laneway, seven minutes from the CBD and close to some 7500 apartments, has been developed by the GDL Group and is a flagship project of Brisbane City Council’s Vibrant Laneways scheme.

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