One Tree – Sippy Downs 2018-07-19T10:47:53+00:00


Sippy Downs – Sunshine Coast

Introducing One Tree – The height of sophisticated urban living… architecturally designed urban lifestyle apartments. One Tree is Habitat Development Group’s flagship building in the High Street precinct featuring a rooftop dining room, rooftop terrace & BBQ area and resort style pool.

By prominent Sunshine Coast architects K Architecture, One Tree comprises 72 stylish and spacious 2 and 3 bedroom apartments over 8 levels.
Perfectly positioned in the heart of thriving Sippy Downs on Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast, One Tree offers the perfect blend of style, location and convenience. Situated in a high-growth technology hub with close proximity to schools, University of the Sunshine Coast, public transport facilities, shopping attractions and employment opportunities, One Tree holds tremendous appeal for residents and investors alike.
With vacancy rates in Sippy Downs and across the Sunshine Coast at a staggering 1%, One Tree is answering the growing demand for residential development and expansion in the area.


Sunshine Coast poised for ongoing success

As evidenced by unprecedented investment in the region, the Sunshine Coast is an investors dream. Sippy Downs is at the centre of this burgeoning regional performer, ensuring a bright future for the thriving business and education hub and ongoing value for investors. With many exciting developments and projects either already-completed or underway, the Sunshine Coast is perfectly situated for long-lasting growth.

Youi Headquarters
Youi Insurance – the largest private employer on the Sunshine Coast – now calls Sippy Downs home with their new Global Headquarters constructed in the business technology precinct of the Town Centre – just 400m from One Tree. Stage 1 of the new headquarters will employ more than 1500 people. Stage 2 is slated to commence in 5 years, bringing the total number of employees to 3000.

Central Sippy Downs Shopping Centre
Central Sippy Downs is a boutique food, retail, office space and mixed-use complex, connected to the newly-completed Coles Supermarket on Sippy Downs Drive. Central will offer food-court style dining, a retail precinct – including a chemist and medical centre – gym and corporate offices.

Sunshine Coast University Expansion

  • 20,000 students by the year 2020

Already thriving as the tertiary flagship of the Sippy Downs educational precinct, the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) received a major expansion with the Caboolture campus of Queensland University of Technology (QUT) being transferred to USC, from 1 January 2018. This development coincides with USC’s move to open a full-service campus in Petrie from 2020.

Ochre Health Sippy Downs
Located in the heart of Sippy Downs, close to the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC), Ochre Health Medical Centre boasts ample off street parking, with pathology and a pharmacy conveniently located in the same building and childcare services next door. The practice offers a wide range of allied health services within the clinic, supported by Chronic Disease Management-trained Nurses. Services include Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, X-Ray facilities, Dentist, Podiatrist and more. The clinic is a mixture of both private and bulk-billing.

Sunshine Coast Health Precinct
Situated opposite the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, the Sunshine Coast Health Precinct is the largest health precinct currently under development nationwide. Together with the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, adjacent $150-million, 200-bed Private Hospital and Sunshine Coast Health Institute, the precinct is predicted to generate approximately 12,000 jobs upon completion.

Sunshine Coast University Hospital

  • 4,600 JOBS
  • $2.03 billion investment

Officially opened in April 2017, the $2.03-billion Sunshine Coast University Hospital currently operates 450 beds. This number is due to expand to 738 beds by 2021. The hospital currently employs 3000 full-time staff. This is estimated to grow to 4600 once fully-operational. A public-private partnership, the Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital will be the sixth largest teaching hospital in the world.

Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion

  • 2,230 JOBS
  • $4.1 billion contribution to the economy

Currently underway and set for completion in 2020, the $347-million Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion will deliver a new 2 kilometre runway, allowing entrance for larger domestic and international aircraft to increase passenger capacity and open access to international destinations. The expansion project is expected to generate 2230 jobs for the region and is forecast to inject approximately $1.6-billion in regional economic benefit between 2015 and 2050

Sunshine Plaza Expansion

  • Creating 5200 new construction & retail jobs

Currently underway and due for completion by Christmas 2018, The Sunshine Plaza’s $400-million expansion will add more than 34,000 square metres of additional retail space – including the regions first David Jones. The expansion is expected to generate hundreds of new retail job opportunities.

Maroochydore CBD

  • 15,000 JOBS BY 2025
  • $4.4 billion contribution to the economy

The new Maroochydore CBD is a game changer for the Sunshine Coast. Expected to create more than 15,000 jobs, the CBD will boast commercial,
retail, residential and cultural precincts, providing an estimated $4.4-billion boost to the Sunshine Coast economy.

Light Rail

  • STAGE 1 BY 2025 – 9,000 JOBS
  • $3.6 billion contribution to the economy

Currently in the early stages of planning, the proposed light rail connection between Maroochydore and Caloundra is expected to generate in excess of 9000 jobs over the life of the project. Current predictions estimate completion in 2025.

Sunshine Coast Council Solar Farm

  • 100% council electricity offset by renewables

Located in Valdora, the Sunshine Coast Council’s 15 megawatt solar farm boasts over 57,000 solar panels. Now fully operational, the solar farm generates 15 megawatts of solar electricity into the Energex network.

International Submarine Broadband
In an effort to link the Sunshine Coast region directly to global communications systems in Asia, the Pacific and the United States, Sunshine Coast Council has lodged a submission to declare an offshore cable protection zone. If successful, the zone would pave the way for the private sector to build an international submarine broadband cable connection direct to the Sunshine Coast delivering world-class internet speeds and bandwidth to the region.