Keylin Group’s Louis Cheung said the group is a big believer of Brisbane’s growth in the middle ring.
The developer says the project is planned in a thriving precinct with a “record growth rate and a high rental demand and yield”.
The development will comprise a total of 138 units offering a mixture of one, two and three bedroom apartments, with the project itself split across two stages.
Historically, Cheung says the trend in development for the area has catered towards the investor market.
“The design of this project focuses more on the owner occupier market, with a large portion offering three bedroom apartments,” Cheung told The Urban Developer.
“One of the key components for the development is car parking and ample storage areas. More than 50 per cent of our two bedroom apartments have two car parks, a point of difference to your typical offering.”
“Throughout the design process we have referenced the New World City Design Guide: Buildings That Breath document and where possible integrated philosophies and key elements into the design,” GSA said in their design statement.