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Current Opportunities

Investors are spoilt for choice with an abundance of affordable, well serviced, ready-to-develop land, as well as thoughtfully designed, amenity rich, commercial tenancies ready for immediate purchase or lease.


Clyde North

Maybloom provides the community with the very best for their physical and mental health. It is a true, holistic wellness hub. Join an amazing cohort of health and wellness businesses at Maybloom Clyde North, and make a positive impact on Victoria's most populous municipality. Maybloom features three architecturally designed and beautifully presented buildings, set amongst landscaped grounds with plenty of car parking, Maybloom will be the destination for health and wellness. Opening in early 2023. 

Green Link Estate

Cranbourne West

ESR Green Link Estate will be an industry leading industrial estate located in Melbourne’s thriving south-east, offering customers a rare opportunity to locate in the most established logistics precinct in Victoria. Offering 850m frontage with access and exposure to Western Port Highway, flexible tenancy options up to 100,000sqm and extensive onsite recreational spaces and facilities to enhance wellbeing.

A prominent infill development site located in Narre Warren’s Business Precinct, the CBRE and Facey Property will suit a variety of development outcomes in the region’s Activity Centre Zone. This is an opportunity to secure an exceptional development site within the heart of Narre Warren’s commercial, industrial and retail community. Contact the Choose Casey Concierge Service for more information.

Priority Precincts

Home to one of Victoria’s nine Metropolitan Activity Centres and five Major Activity Centres, including a state significant Health and Education precinct, Casey’s Priority Precincts will offer investors prime locations surrounded by vital amenity.

Central Cranbourne


Central Cranbourne has been identified by Council as an aspiring Metropolitan Activity Centre providing planning certainty around strong growth targets and attracting significant developments. Central Cranbourne presents a huge development opportunity to capitalise off affordable land parcels, a large employment base, improving accessibility, untapped demand and an array of amenities.

Narre Warren offers multiple Council development sites coming online as part of Councils Strategic Property Program along with private redevelopment. Huge investment into a new elevated train station at Narre Warren, removal of the Webb Street level crossing, revitalising the area and improving bus access and carparking


The Concept Masterplan sets out a vision for future development of the 5Ha precinct of underutilised Council car parking and open space. The plan includes contemporary, fine-grain mixed use development that is viable and sustainable. Council is proposing shortly to engage commercial partners to invest in the precinct for the long-term benefit of the Casey community, to grow and revitalise the broader Fountain Gate-Narre Warren Metropolitan Activity Centre.

Future Employment Sites

Casey’s growth frontier includes over 300ha of employment land. Currently in planning, Casey’s remaining three Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) areas contain a mix of industrial and commercial land with untapped potential.


Clyde North

Croskell Precinct Structure Plan covers 305 hectares south of Thompsons Roads and west of Berwick-Cranbourne Road in Clyde North. The precinct provides for a regionally significant commercial area, and will include land for employment and residential uses, drainage, open space, transport and community infrastructure.

The Casey Fields South Precinct is a regionally significant industrial precinct, identified in the Melbourne Industrial and Commercial Land Use Plan (MICLUP). and the South East Economic Corridor Strategic Context Report to 2060.



Minta Farm will be home to a vibrant and integrated business and residential community for the Casey–Cardinia area. The precinct is projected to provide for approximately 11,450 local jobs. Businesses will take advantage of their strong links to key road and public transport corridors, access to surrounding centres and employment clusters within the Casey–Cardinia corridor, and established and growing communities to stimulate opportunities for investment and local employment.

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