The landmark Queen’s Wharf Brisbane (QWB)development is officially Queensland’s fasting selling residential project with over 90% of apartments already sold.
After bursting onto the real estate scene in March, buyer interest in the first residential offering – a 64-storey tower – has been immense, with 75% of the 667 apartments sold within the first two months!
YPM Group are heading up the residential sales campaign for the project, and Managing Director, Bryce O’Connor, said that the development’s unique offering was one of the main reasons behind buyers snapping up apartments.
“We know that the local market has been waiting for something quite special to come along,” he said.
“Queen’s Wharf Residences offers high-quality apartments in the centre of an amazing new lifestyle destination that will mix old with new in a way that hasn’t been done before in Brisbane,” said Mr O’Connor.
The heritage element of Queen’s Wharf was of strong interest to local buyers who appreciated the way the heritage buildings were being restored, repurposed and integrated into the precinct, and the fact that they can live above it, there really is nothing like it.YPM Group Managing Director – Bryce O’Connor
The $3.6 billion QWB development is located in the heart of the city, where Brisbane’s European heritage can be traced back to the early 1800’s, with the history of Queensland’s capital at the forefront of architectural decision.
Architects Cottee Parker are behind the design of the vast project, and Director Naveen Dath said that QWB is set to transform the city.
Queen’s Wharf is the link which connects the history of Brisbane, to the future of Brisbane.Cottee Parker Director Architects Director- Naveen Dath
“What used to be a gateway and an entry portal to the colony, now has the potential to become the gateway to the future of Brisbane,” said Mr Dath.
With less than 60 apartments now available, time is of the essence if you’d like to get your hands on a slice of Brisbane’s hottest development! Head to www.queenswharfbrisbane.com.au for more information.