Brisbane’s Hamilton Harbour has secured another three tenants for its Kingsford Smith Drive.

Leighton Properties national retail leasing manager Andi Avdyl said dining options for local residents and workers were rapidly expanding, with Brisbane-based café group The Coffee Club, train-style Japanese restaurant Shinsen Sushi and gourmet sandwich and salad maker Wrapped now signed on.

“Anchored by Woolworths, which will open on 8 May 2013, Hamilton Harbour offers high visibility, easy access and dedicated street and basement car parking, making it a desirable base for retailers,” he said.

“80 per cent of retail tenancies are now pre-committed, with the Hamilton Harbour team negotiating with other interested parties to ensure the right mix of retailers, offering locals choice and convenience.”

The new tenants will open mid-year alongside gym Anytime Fitness, bottleshop and deli Chalk and Cheese, Domino’s Pizza and Flight Centre, with more announcements likely in the coming weeks.

The Coffee Club has secured a 106 square metre site with a sizeable alfresco dining space along the boulevard-style shopping precinct.

A joint-venture between Leighton Properties and Devine Group, Hamilton Harbour is a mixed-use development and already boasts three residential towers with 660 apartments and KSD1, a five level commercial building.

KSD1 is currently home to Devine Group, which has consolidated its Springwood and Brisbane CBD offices to the new corporate head office at Hamilton Harbour. Domino’s Pizza Enterprises is currently finalising its fit-out ahead of moving its headquarters and national ‘test kitchen’ there from Albion.