First chance to call Brisbane’s newest urban village home

The first stage of apartments and terrace homes will be launched this weekend (Saturday, August 10) in Brisbane’s newest riverside urban village, complete with its own shopping and dining hub, parklands and the largest office park within five kilometres of the CBD.

Developer Consolidated Properties Group and partner CVS Lane Capital Partners have taken the wraps off the $850 million Yeerongpilly Green development and released the first stage of apartments and terrace homes across a collection of three boutique buildings in the community.

Park House and Garden House feature 35 and 56 high quality and spacious apartments and penthouses respectively, along with just ten luxury residences available in Green Terraces. All of the architecturally designed homes carry a distinctively Queensland aesthetic with prices range from $450,000 to $1.325 million.

Yeerongpilly Green will ultimately be home to 1,200 dwellings, surrounded by retail and commercial amenities and 1.8 hectares of green space and parklands, which are already complete and will host an array of community events.

Consolidated Properties Group executive chairman Don O’Rorke says the first three boutique buildings in Yeerongpilly Green were designed to appeal to the lifestyle conscious buyer.

“Park House, Garden House and Green Terraces are the first new residential buildings to be developed in this pocket of Yeerongpilly for almost a decade, and they are the very start of what will become southern Brisbane’s newest urban village and entertainment hub with a cultural focus on all things music and art,” he said.

“The appeal of Yeerongpilly Green is that it is a ‘micro neighbourhood’ – residents will be able to walk to the supermarket, specialty shops and restaurants in the retail village, walk or ride along the riverfront or relax in the park and even walk to work, with a major commercial building only a 2 minute walk away.

“While there are only a limited number of residences available, there is something for everyone in Park House and Garden House, which comprise a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses.

“A resident-only oasis sits at the centre of the buildings, featuring a pool and lounge area while nearby is an outdoor kitchen and dining hub complete with barbecues, kitchen facilities and outdoor relaxation spaces.

“Luxury buyers will be lining up for Green Terraces, which comprises just 10 three bedroom  residences, which are absolutely first class, each featuring timber flooring, a chef’s kitchen with Miele appliances and stone benchtops and splashbacks, high ceilings, secure double car garage spaces plus a private landscaped front and rear courtyard.

“We are expecting to commence construction of all three buildings early next year, in line with the anticipated start of work on the neighbourhood retail precinct, so the first residents could move in as early as 2021.”

Yeerongpilly Green is being marketed by Colliers International Director of Residential Andrew Scriven, who says the community will become the new entertainment hub for south Brisbane.

“If I had to describe Yeerongpilly Green in just a few words I would say it is vibrant, active, cultural and social, and will attract buyers who have those same traits,” he said.

“It is a vibrant place because it will breathe new life into Yeerongpilly with new restaurants, cafes, shops and offices on site,  creating a beating heart for the suburb.

“The existing promenade along the riverfront will be open to even more people with new walk and cycle paths throughout Yeerongpilly Green linking to the community’s 1.8 hectares of parklands, which are already complete.

“Importantly, Yeerongpilly Green will be a space where people can connect and socialise, and it is envisaged that the community will host cultural and music events throughout the year.”

Mr Scriven said he had already had a number of people visit Yeerongpilly Green’s new sales and experience centre after pre-registering their interest in stage one. 

“We had a list of people who pre-registered their interest in the first terrace homes and apartments, so they have been the first to take a sneak peak at our very unique sales and experience centre, which is in a refurbished heritage building,” he said.

“Along with a model of the masterplan and information about architecturally designed homes, the centre also includes a pop up art gallery by Bruce Heiser Projects and an upside down tree. It’s unlike any other sales centre in Brisbane – it’s very sensory and immersive, so I encourage any interested buyers to take a look to get a real sense of what it would be like to live at Yeerongpilly Green.”

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