Major growth suburb to be home to a new boutique development
A six-storey development in one of Brisbane’s northern suburbs is offering buyers large oversized apartments with elevated city views.
Boutique apartment builder developer Raise Projects’ latest development Bloom on Wesley is in the city-fringe of Lutwyche.
Bloom on Wesley incorporates 36 spacious two-bedroom plus study, three-bedroom plus study and three-bedroom plus multi-purpose room apartments with resort-style amenities featuring a rooftop infinity pool, gymnasium, barbecue and recreational area.
The apartments feature up to 159sq m in a variety of floor plans, with modern living spaces and large balconies or courtyards to 66sq m.
Prices of apartments start from $495,000 for two-bedroom apartments and from $645,000 for three-bedroom apartments.
Raise Projects director Ramy Raymond said it was exciting to have the opportunity to develop such a perfectly positioned site in a major growth suburb.
“We wanted to make the most of the location by creating a contemporary urban apartment building that caters for the desires of its residents,’’ Mr Raymond said.
“Our architect has designed the building to maximise light and space while delivering on our commitment to creating oversize living spaces that are innovative, sophisticated and sustainable.
“Our vision is to develop a building of uncompromising quality for residents who want to upsize their life by combining the convenience of urban apartment living with all the comforts and space of a house.’’
Bloom on Wesley marketing manager and TOTAL Property Group managing director Adrian Parsons said Lutwyche was fast becoming a lifestyle destination of choice for home buyers looking for property in Brisbane.
“The Bloom on Wesley development site is perfectly positioned in an area where we are seeing increasingly high demand,” he said.
“Lutwyche has been undergoing a transformation and is emerging as a city-fringe hotspot for urban living.
“There has been a spike in interest from people who are looking for spacious apartments in established northern suburbs like Lutwyche where they can enjoy a cosmopolitan lifestyle and fast, easy access to Brisbane’s CBD.
“Bloom residents will be able to leave their car at home and walk to do just about anything; from browsing the quirky shops along the shopping strip to picking up some groceries at Lutwyche City Shopping Centre or popping on a bus or train for a short ride to the city, the options are endless.”
Mr Parsons said there was an opportunity for both owner occupiers and investors.
“We are seeing very strong interest in Bloom’s spacious and competitively-priced apartments from buyers and tenants,” he said.
The site is 350m from the Lutwyche City Shopping Centre, which is undergoing a $60 million refurbishment, and is handy to many facilities on Brisbane’s north including the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital 2.8km away, the QUT university campus and many private and public schools within 5km.