Tagged: apartment

Corde draws inspiration from Forsyth Rope Works for new development

Date Released - July 14, 2016.

Rothelowman architects and QM Properties have created plans for a $16 million apartment development set to arrive in East Brisbane. The Forsyth Rope Works, established by Archibald Forsyth, was an important site in East Brisbane the late 1800s. As a hub for supplying local boats trading along the Brisbane River, the site made a significant contribution… Read more »

$25m Mowbray East Brisbane boosts precinct renewal

Date Released - June 12, 2014.

East Brisbane’s urban renewal will receive another boost this month with the start of a new $25 million boutique, mixed-use development catering to demand for apartment living in the popular riverside precinct. Mowbray East Brisbane is a nine-level complex featuring one and two bedroom apartments and street-level commercial space.  It is being developed by one… Read more »

Mowbray Construction Commences and Sales Soar

Date Released - June 12, 2014.

Construction has commenced on QM Properties’ $25 million Mowbray East Brisbane project, with strong sales signalling a lift in the local residential market. Just one third of the mixed-use development’s 56 apartments remain for sale in the leafy riverside suburb, located two kilometres from the CBD. According to QM Properties Project Manager Nick Haseler, the… Read more »

Investors cross river to Mowbray East Brisbane

Date Released - July 12, 2013.

Brisbane’s inner east is proving a hotspot for apartment activity, with savvy buyers snapping up almost half of the 56 apartments at $25 million development Mowbray East Brisbane in just ten weeks. Developer QM Properties launched the boutique mixed-use project to the market in April and has been overwhelmed with the pre-construction response to its… Read more »

You’re Gated

Date Released - June 10, 2013.

An estimated 100,000 Australian residents live within gated communities ranging from resort style golf course estates to townhouse complexes. “No longer are gated communities the preference of empty nesters or wealthy families,” said research fellow at Griffith University, Matt Burke. “Now they are becoming the preference of a whole range of groups.” QM Properties are… Read more »