Property Development

Bulimba freehold townhomes almost sold out

Bulimba freehold townhomes almost sold out
Written by The ReReport

TriBeCa’s residents will have access to a range of lifestyle facilities, including a swimming pool and lush outdoor entertaining areas.

Time is running out to buy a new freehold terrace home in the tightly-held suburb of Bulimba.

TriBeCa Terraces street view.

Di Carlo Property Group have sold 70 per cent of their terrace home community TriBeCa Terraces ahead of completion mid next year.


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Di Carlo Property Group director Joshua Di Carlo said freehold land opportunities in Bulimba were rare.

“The opportunity to purchase a parcel of land together with the quality finishes of the terrace homes sets TriBeCa Terraces apart from other offerings on the market,” he said.

An artist’s impression of the bathroom space at TriBeCa Terraces, Bulimba.

In addition to the strong sales, he said the builders were two months ahead of schedule on the construction.

“We have been thrilled with the sales results and are now expecting to complete construction of Stage One by June 2019 and Stage Two in August 2019,” Mr Di Carlo said.


“There has been a strong response from the local market including families and downsizers who have identified the unique opportunity to get a foothold in this progressive suburb.

An artist’s impression of the kitchen at TriBeCa, Bulimba.

“Brisbane is holding its own in the current property cycle and Bulimba itself is expected to exceed the Brisbane market with the introduction of SpeedCat Ferry services only 600m away, the Brisbane International Cruise Ship Terminal and Bulimba Barracks redevelopment.”

An artist’s impression of an alternate kitchen space at TriBeCa’s Terraces, Bulimba.

Duke Realty sales agent Sam Patterson said buyers to the development were drawn to the quality design and location of TriBeCa Terraces, as well as the benefit of owning a freehold property.

The rooftop space at TriBeCa Terraces.

TriBeCa’s quality finishes, paired with the range of lifestyle facilities and its proximity to the city has struck a chord with buyers and we expect to see the strong sales momentum continue,” Mr Patterson said.


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The TriBeCa Terraces project is taking shape on a site stretching from Banya to Johnston streets, and is easy walking distance to Apollo Rd ferry terminal and Oxford Street’s retail, dining and entertainment hub.

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