With a growing population estimated to reach over 500,000 by 2036, the first steps to a major development project in Palm View have begun.
Peter Crosby Way officially opens on Monday, it is the northern access into the 378ha project to the south of Sippy Downs. Over the next 15 to 20 years Harmony will deliver more than 4800 homes for 12,000 future residents, all enhanced by 100 hectares of open space.
Harmony is also proposed to offer a town centre covering 15,250 Square-Metres of floor area.
Peter Crosby a local Sunshine Coast Farmer has been a land-owner since 1964 and has strong roots in the area.
Crosby Hill Road at Buderim is named after the family.
Mr Crosby has been operating a cattle farm on the land, and a cane farm in previous decades.
AVID Property Group general manager Said in a recent interview with the Daily “The road’s name pays homage to the site’s Crosby family history and will service 12,000 future Harmony residents, as well as those in neighbouring communities.”
Work has already commenced on display homes in the Harmony Display World, with 43 homes from 25 varied national and local building partners expected to open in the second half of this year.