ABBEY Apartments has been named Brisbane’s best apartment investment.
The property topped the list of the city’s best-performing apartment blocks in research by PRDnationwide.
NOTE: The ABBEY Apartments were originally designed by
Architects Australia and developed under a sister company by
Architects Australia‘s Director Graham Kildey, and completed in 1987.
A $500 million landmark development, including a 350-berth marina and 300-room hotel and recreation area, has been proposed for Bells Beach, Clontarf.
Plans include a 25-30-storey hotel shaped like a tall ship with two sails and a rotating penthouse restaurant.
A Brisbane company plans to build an apartment hotel in Fortitude Valley behind the RNA Showgrounds.
Property developer group Kildey has lodged a development application for the project, to be called Brooke Elise.
“Short-term accommodation in Brisbane is in extremely short supply”
Property analysts have warned the new apartment projects proposed for Redcliffe are set to test the depth of the local market.
Independent property valuer LandMark White has just completed an indepth study into the Redcliffe market and, on current figures, there are more than 2750 new units proposed for the area.
Architect Graham Kildey plans to rejuvenate an old retail corner in the inner norther suburb Clayfield with a mixed use development styled on lines appropriate to the area.
His development company, Gapcote Pty Ltd, acquired ageing shops on the corner of…
Among the glut of recent northside townhouse developments, the “Paris in the Springtime” complex at Carseldine achieves a refreshingly distinctive style.
Townhouses are a 1990’s alternative. Instead of one house on a block of land, a townhouse means smaller house and less land. For many, it’s a modern answer to the business of living, ideally with a good-looking well-designed smaller house and very little land to look after.
A 13-Storey office tower and retail centre is to be developed on a site opposite Brisbane’s new $50 million Roma St transport terminal.
The developer, Gapcote Pty Ltd, has gained council approval for the $8.75 million project and is expected to…
Noosa Heads Surf Life Saving Club last week unveiled a scale model of the proposed $1.6 million re-development of the present clubhouse and carpark site.
A house, said Larry Moses, is only an extension of the outside. No matter how well decorated, it cannot compete with what’s outside.
For love of the outdoors, Larry and Bronwyn Moses, the couple involved with Pasta Joke and the Breakfast Creek Wharf restaurants…