Brisbane-based developer DevCorp is ready to unleash a new lifestyle project that will change the residential landscape of Kangaroo Point.

A new pre-registration campaign has been put forward by the company, for a luxurious new apartment complex to reside on Shafston Avenue – and details of it have been kept well under wraps, until now.

The 13-level boutique tower called Lume, will offer residents luxury apartments and penthouses with incredible views of Brisbane’s skyline, botanic gardens, the Brisbane River and South Bank.

DevCorp’s Managing Director, Murray Thornton says Lume sets a new standard for sophisticated inner-city residential living through a timeless design indulged with lifestyle facilities that deliver above and beyond expectations.

“There are some locations that just demand something special,” he says.

“With the help of the award-winning team of architects at Cox Rayner, we have worked to create something to which everyone who lives in Kangaroo Point can be rightly proud.”

“From the rooftop sky lounge and street front parkland to the designer interiors of all 119 apartments and penthouses, this has been the labour of love that has consumed our team for the last two years.”

When built, Lume is set to be a very popular choice amongst home buyer and property investors, not only for its luxury living but for its convenient location too.

The complex is within walking distance to Brisbane CBD, South Bank Parklands and The Gabba as well as thriving retail precincts, award-winning restaurants, cafes, fashion outlets and the arts. And, will also have direct access to the proposed new Alice St Pedestrian Bridge, which will connect Thornton St to Eagle St Pier.

While DevCorp is renowned for executing specialist subdivisions and quality multi-storey developments across Australia’s eastern seaboard, Mr Thornton says it was Lume that resonated with the company’s values the most.

“DevCorp creates superior, beautiful, life-enhancing residential developments based on the core elements of giving, happiness, gratitude and integrity,” he says.

“When I first stepped onto the site of Lume, I knew it was one of them.”

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