Demand is skyrocketing in central Toowong, as the popular Toowong Village shopping centre undergoes a $50 million renovation.
Plans to revitalise the centre include an extension of David Jones, a refreshed premium retail offering, and a new al fresco dining precinct.
Beyond the refurbished shopping centre, Belle Property Principal Robin McIlwain says that Toowong’s superb transport infrastructure, major business hubs, medical centres, and proximity to the University of Queensland will continue to drive the area’s strong residential growth.
McIlwain says that the 36-residence Sense Apartments, a boutique-sized complex positioned in the heart of the suburb, has benefited from Toowong’s emergence as a thriving retail precinct.
“Sense Apartments is attracting significant interest from locals who are seeking that central Toowong position but would prefer to live in a more boutique residential setting,” she says.
McIlwain says the design and quality of the apartments, and the building’s proximity to Toowong’s lifestyle and transport amenities, were major drawcards for buyers.
“These apartments really elevate urban living, offering beautiful outlooks that stretch across Toowong’s leafy residential neighbourhoods.
“A sparkling contemporary colour palette enlivens attractive interior spaces, which benefit from clever integrated layouts with an emphasis on natural light and open plan living.
“Bedrooms open out to spacious balconies that provide the perfect setting for casual entertaining or formal dining, while gourmet kitchens feature stainless steel gas cooktops, plenty of cupboards, and a sleek timber and quartz breakfast bar.”
With construction of Sense Apartments set for completion towards the end of the year, McIlwain says buyers will be able to enjoy the full benefits of the major revitalisation works underway in the suburb’s commercial and retail centre.
“From Sense Apartments, residents will be able to access an exceptional range of shopping and dining options less than two minutes from the front door.
“Sense Apartments offers buyers the opportunity of owning in one of Brisbane’s best performing and most consistent rental markets. With so many major employers in close proximity, investors gain access to a high-quality tenancy pool characterised by corporate executives, medical professionals, and post-graduate university students.”
Sense Apartments are selling now from $405,000 to $570,000. For more info visit senseapartments.com.au or contact Belle Property Toowong on (07) 3120 2350.
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