Tag Archive 2020年上海闵行498水磨

Brisbane’s hottest apartments are so popular one buyer paid $14m

admin no comments

first_imgBrisbane’s hottest apartments last quarter were so popular one buyer forked out $14m to secure as many of them as he could.BRISBANE’S hottest apartments are so popular that, in one building, a buyer forked out $14 million to get as many of them as he could. The bathrooms feature luxury fittings. Source: SuppliedMr Tucker said despite negative sentiment surrounding the Brisbane market, they had experienced soaring demand.“As the Brisbane market matures, and Brisbane continues its transformation into a new world city, both owners-occupiers and investors are turning their attention towards the high quality, luxury product.” The apartments follow the look and feel of five-star hotels.The first stage of the apartments, Chester, was the top performer in Brisbane, seeing an outstanding 70 unconditional sales over the three months to the end of the year.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours agoBut the second stage, Ella, refused to be overshadowed. Brisbane’s top apartment performer in the December quarter was Kokoda Property’s Chester. Source: SuppliedThe latest Place Advisory Inner Brisbane Apartment report has broken down which developments were seeing the most sales last quarter, with Kokoda Property’s Chester & Ella development head and shoulders above the rest. The Chester & Ella project is in inner-city Newstead, Brisbane. Source: SuppliedThe second most popular apartments were at Gallery House, which saw 24 apartment sales and Skytower saw 20 transactions, the Place report said.All up just over $198.8m worth of unconditional sales were recorded over the quarter, the Place report said, with the inner city seeing 315 unconditional apartment transactions averaging a price of $631,270. The penthouse at Kokoda Property’s Chester. Source: Supplied“The second stage of Chester & Ella, launched in November, with a single purchaserbuying $14 million in one transaction prior to the launch. The launch saw a further $22million transacted in one weekend,” according to Kokoda Property sales director Sam Tucker.He said a lot of the interest stemmed from the fact that their focus was on creating a five-star feel in the developments. Luxury finishes were key to current owner-occupier demand according to Kokoda.“There is a second market emerging with continuing strong demand for a high-end product. Well-off young professionals and established downsizers in Brisbane are looking to lead a sophisticated lifestyle, close to the city and among exciting lifestyle amenity.”Brisbane’s inner-city saw 71 projects selling off the plan last quarter, three of which were released during the quarter – Ella Apartments, Ferry Rd. and Maasra Apartments.last_img read more

Recent Comments