Aria Property Group have pushed the envelope not only on sustainability but value at their newest tower, Trellis in South Brisbane
Aria Property Group always have a steady stream of interest from off the plan investors in their Brisbane apartment developments.
Investors who bought in to one of Aria’s most recently completed developments, The Standard, Aria, located in the heart of the Fish Lane arts precinct, saw great success.
Those who bought pre-completion have secured resales between 10 per cent and 38 per cent more than what they paid. Owner-occupiers showed the greatest keenness on the resales.
The investors who decided to hold on to their apartments are seeing strong 5.48 per cent rental yields throughout the building.
Aria’s latest development, Trellis, also in South Brisbane, is also expected to be a hit with investors.
The 12-story building with 110 apartments is Aria’s most sustainable yet, with 60 percent of the building covered in greenery of some variety. It will feature trellises within which improve biodiversity, as well as solar technology and even Tesla batteries and charging stations.
There’s over 1,000 sqm of recreational amenity space, including the Temple of Wellness on the ground floor and the Residents’ Rooftop Club on level 13. That features magnesium baths and an infinity pool with views across Brisbane. Amenity is also high on the priority list for tenants.
Apartments in Trellis start from $739,000 for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment. Three-bedroom apartments are priced from $1,084,000 to $1,224,000.
Completion is forecast for mid-2023.
The Brisbane apartment market has continued to show strength over 2021, after a resilient 2020 in the wake of the pandemic.
Research from property data firm CoreLogic showed Brisbane apartment values rose 0.6 per cent over September, triple the growth of apartments in Melbourne.
At the end of 2020, the median apartment value in Brisbane was at a yearly high of $390,000. Now it’s $430,000.
Unit rental prices have also seen steady growth in 2021, up 3.5 per cent over the past 12 months.
This growth trend is expected to continue, backed in large part by billions of dollars in investment from both private and public sectors as part of the pipeline for the 2032 Olympics.
Article Source: www.urban.com.au