Landcorp sells prime Joondalup land

LANDCORP is a step closer to relinquishing its hold on prime Joondalup land with the sale of a lot in Davidson Terrace for $320,000.

The sale takes commercial sales in Joondalup City to over $30 million.

Lands Minister Doug Shave said the sale was a key achievement in the government program to build a dynamic economic centre in Perth’s growing north-west corridor.

“All eighty-one of the CBD lots have now been sold and Joondalup CBD is a thriving, growing centre that has attracted major companies,” Mr Shave said.

He said that of the eighty-one lots sold, fifty-six had been developed.

Target, Harvey Norman and Condor Furniture are among the many business that have recently moved into Joondalup.

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