The second stage of a Brisbane luxury apartment project is nearing completion, with residents beginning to move in to the master-planned community.
Located just six kilometres from the CBD,Residential Properties’ luxury project Gallery House – a part of the Northshore community and urban renewal project – has started welcoming residents in its second stage of development.
Planned to take future growth into account, Gallery House contains premium resident-only facilities, such as a rooftop sanctuary with an infinity pool, lounge and barbecue areas, among its other offerings.
According to Brookfield Residential Properties’ managing director, Lee Butterworth, the master plan was “meticulously designed to offer some of the best living opportunities in Queensland”.
“We don’t just want to construct apartment buildings; we want to create communities,” he stated.
Gallery House will become an address synonymous with style and luxury, according to the managing director, with residents set to enjoy an enviable riverfront lifestyle.
He highlighted how buyers have been predominately locals looking for waterfront property without the maintenance, who already know the benefits of living in Northshore Hamilton “with its direct access to retail, restaurants, recreation and green spaces”.
Stage two of the development is already 90 per cent sold, with sale prices ranging from $575,000 to $2.795 million across the 315 apartments.
“The three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses in Gallery House are bigger than many homes, so buyers don’t feel like they are compromising on space,” he said.
“Instead, they are upgrading to a brand-new apartment with all the modern luxuries and lifestyle amenities at their doorstep.”
Gallery House forms part of a greater $5 billion Northshore Hamilton precinct.
The precinct is one of the largest urban renewal projects in Queensland – at 304 hectares.
Brookfield Residential Properties reported that it had already delivered six apartment buildings as part of its Portside Wharf retail and residential precinct.
The Hamilton Recreation Reserve has also recently reopened after a $10 million face lift, “which boasts green space for cricket and football, an amphitheatre, picnic areas, a dog park and water play facilities”, Mr Butterworth said.