Brisbane’s median apartment value reached a 2020 high of $390,000. Now it’s $406,000.
Brisbane apartment values are continuing their surge, according to property data firm CoreLogic.
Values rose one per cent, the same as Melbourne.
It puts Brisbane’s rolling quarterly apartment gain at three per cent, following jumps of 1.7 per cent in March and one per cent across February.
Brisbane’s median apartment value reached a 2020 high of $390,000. Now it’s $406,000, up from just over $400,000 last month.
Apartments in Brisbane around the new median
Breeze, West End
Price – One bedroom apartments from $409,000
Forming part of Pradella’s $1 billion masterplanned Riverside West End community, Breeze 110 apartments in Brisbane’s south.
It features a number of resort-style amenities as well as abundant green open spaces and retail offerings.
A rooftop skygarden terrace complete with a 20-metre lap pool and landscaped entertainment area crowns the 11-storey complex.
The Coterie, Fortitude Valley
Price – One bedroom apartments from $383,300
The completed Fortitude Valley development The Coterie by Vicland Property Group, Rothelowman and Bruce Henderson Architects has views across Brisbane from its St Pauls Terrace location, just 1.5 kilometres from the CBD.
The site’s original heritage bakery facade and feature interior elements of St Pauls have been carefully integrated into the development to preserve the history of the Valley with a convenient cafe offering a welcoming, local face to the modern community.
The 249 apartment development features a private rooftop retreat atop each tower, landscaped gardens, sun decks, a swimming pool and alfresco entertaining zone.
Price – One bedroom apartments from $389,000
The Gardner Vaughan Group Yeronga project Renovaré is offering its one bedroom apartment from $389,000. They’ve recently released their third stage, Vensuto, made up of 33 one, two, three and four bedroom apartments.
The project has achieved a five-leaf rating of sustainability from The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) which highlights the features and positive impact on the environment and community.
Article Source: www.urban.com.au