Brisbane’s north side suburb of Alderley is undergoing a major revival of its residential landscape, with leading luxury developer Mosaic Property Group announcing the construction of its second high-end project in the area, the $7 million Botanica on Quarry.
With more than two-thirds (77%) of the project already sold ahead of an official release, the boutique development will deliver 13 exclusive residences to meet the bolstering demand for luxury apartments in the up-and-coming suburb.
Mosaic Property Group Managing Director Brook Monahan said Alderley was one of northern Brisbane’s booming property hotspots, with buyers of all ages attracted to its city-fringe location and affordability.
“Alderley is currently undergoing a significant transformation of its vital infrastructure as part of Brisbane City Council’s Suburban Centre Improvement Project (SCIP) program, which will oversee the $5.3 million refurbishment of the Alderley Shopping Centre and significant improvements to local streetscape,” Mr. Monahan said.
“Conveniently located six kilometres from Brisbane’s CBD and within minutes of Alderley’s major transport hubs, Botanica on Quarry offers a fresh take on inner-city living, with its proximity to vibrant café precincts and more than 30 hectares of parklands.
“Mosaic Property is pleased to further its investment in Alderley following the success of another of Mosaic’s projects, Cove on Camborne, which sold out completely within the first six weeks of its launch.”
Botanica embodies affordable luxury with its architecturally-designed two and three bedroom apartments priced from $505,000.
“Botanica on Quarry is at the forefront of modern design, featuring flexible open plan living areas with natural light and ventilation, high ceilings, as well as large private balconies and extensive landscaping,” Mr. Monahan said.
“Stylish design features, luxurious lobby spaces and high-end finishes echoed throughout each residence far exceed current industry standards, including luxury designer kitchens with stone bench tops, European appliances and fixtures, full air-conditioning and expansive timber flooring.”
Construction at Botanica on Quarry is kept for conclusion in April 2016. A place to visit and enjoy, don’t you think?