Hi all, Just looking for some advice on a particular development planned on 74 Tribune st South Bank. Just as a preface, I understand that there are massive risks in the area regarding oversupply but I wanted some advice regarding a number of factors regarding this one that may outweigh the potential oversupply risks. 1. Proximity to Busway and Train station. South Bank Station, in particular, provides direct bus routes to all three major Uni's; UQ, QUT and Griffith. Plus the easy access to rail providing alternative commute routes to Bowen Hills, Spring Hill etc. 2. Education. State High, Sommerville, St Lauries plus easy access to BGS, Churchie, Terrace etc. Not to mention walking distance to Griffith Conservatorium, Design School, SB Tafe, QUT Gardens Point and transport access to other Uni campuses. 3. Lifestyle. South Bank, close to West End, plus the neighbouring Emporium development will house the first Woolies in the area. 4. Employment. 2 stops to the CBD. New Flight Centre Head Office tenanting the building a block down. Train provides easy access to Valley, Central, Bowen Hills. Queens Wharf dev will also bring a new pedestrian bridge to Queens Wharf, which is said to house the Head Office for Echo, albeit only a few hundred jobs. The dev is said to settle in about 4 years time. Looking to hold for rental yield instead of immediate CG. These are my thoughts, I think long term it looks positive, but there is still something inside me making me hesitant about it. Also the fact that the developer, Devine, is in a bit of financial strife at the moment doesn't help, but their past developments have been good (Charlotte, Festival, Casino Towers etc) Any, honest opinion would be great!