They’ve submitted plans to the Brisbane City Council for an eight-level development in West End, around the corner from their HQ.
The private Brisbane property developer, Stockwell, is continuing to expand its footprint in the inner Brisbane suburb of West End.
They’ve submitted plans to the Brisbane City Council for an eight-level development in West End, around the corner from their HQ. The apartments will follow Stockwell’s extensive investment in the suburb, which has seen them previously develop Virtuoso West End, Muse West End, and Encore West End.
“This development continues Stockwell’s vision of creating high-standard apartment living in West End through providing larger apartment types and configurations for owner occupiers and families,” a Stockwell spokesperson told Urban.
The proposed project, at 10 Kurilpa Street, on the corner of Kurilpa and Bailey Street, will see 78 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments built on a 2,365 sqm site.
The local architecture, Mode, has put together the plans, orienting apartment living space and balconies towards unobstructed views. The north-east apartments capture the Brisbane River and beyond to Mt Coot-tha, while the east facing apartments have open views of the CBD and the leafy low rise residential part of West End.
There will be a maximum 11 apartments per floor.
There’s nine different configurations on offer for buyers. The two-bedroom apartments will start from 82 sqm, the three beds from 112 sqm and the larger four-bedroom apartments starting. from 147 sqm.
The top level, level eight, will have just five apartments. It will share the level with the resident amenity; a swimming pool, pool deck, barbecue area, dining and terraces.
“The elevated space supports an active lifestyle providing breathing room in an increasingly dense urban environment,” Mode note in their proposal submission.
Stockwell, which was founded in the early 1950s as a construction company, are also behind Cremorne on Fish Lane and Croft on Fish Lane, in the popular new precinct in South Brisbane.
Article Source: www.urban.com.au