Residential $463,000 to $595,000 - New Apartment Unit
FIRST HOME BUYERS
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In the new world city that is Brisbane, Australia, an innovative apartment project has entered the investment frame.
Close to every amenity, and just 2km from the CBD, Newstead Towers offers an enviable lifestyle. It has everything the
seekers of city lifestyles desire.
Part of an exclusive corridor of development, Newstead Towers is a fabulous new address in Brisbane’s inner north.
This precinct lies within the postcode 4006, that embraces the suburbs of Bowen Hills, Fortitude Valley, Teneriffe, New
Farm and Newstead.
Each has morphed over many years from being strongly industrialised into an in-demand residential area.
New apartment projects, new commercial buildings and attractive new retail centres are the key growth drivers, attracting
new populations of city dwellers seeking a laid-back, easy maintenance lifestyle.
Renters are eager to move into high rise apartment developments that are close to every lifestyle amenity – shopping,
entertainment, public transport and jobs.
Many are young, highly paid professionals.
$2 billion RIVERPARK DEVELOPMENT IS DIRECTLY OPPOSITE NEWSTEAD TOWERS
Newstead Towers is opposite the Gasworks, which is part of the $2 billion Riverpark development at Newstead.
This strikingly designed urban renewal program underlines the continued excitement of Newstead as a quality residential
• 17,000sqm retail precinct will grow here; and
• Seven buildings containing 103,500sqm of commercial space.
For more detail, go to: http://www.gasworksplaza.com.au
The views are world-class
Newstead Towers gives you an outlook on a world-class life that you’ll love.
To the west of Newstead Towers are the glittering towers of the CBD. To the south and northeast is the majestic curves
of the Brisbane River and suburban panoramas beyond.
An over vie w of the suburb’s amenities
Living at Newstead Towers will place you in a very special area where development is occurring at an extraordinary rate
in residential, commercial, dining, shopping and entertainment facilities.
There’s energy and excitement, as people savour the atmosphere of this and adjoining lifestyle precincts.
A simple stroll could result in unexpected discoveries including the showrooms devoted to the presentation of half-million
dollar motor vehicles – the only place in Brisbane where this happens.
Or you could furnish your new apartment from the highly acclaimed furniture and furnishing stores.
You could visit Brisbane’s most awarded luxury boutique hotel, the Emporium a few minutes from your home.
While you are there, you could shop for fabulous fashion or lunch at the quality Emporium restaurants. There are 35
quality outlets to choose from.
Further up on Ann Street, you will soon be able to visit a brand new twin level flagship Apple store. Fashion outlets flank
it, as does an internal lane with a diverse mix of cafes, bars, restaurants and convenience outlets.
Behind that is the remarkable James Street precinct boasting boutiques, salons, galleries, interior design studios, cafes
and restaurants. The James Street Market offers everyday requirements from salads, fruit, nuts and flowers to fresh fish
and meat and even cooking lessons.
The Valley’s amazing Chinatown is yet another discovery which is just a walk away from Newstead Towers. Some say it
is the most authentic Chinatown in Australia, a multicultural hub and the cosmopolitan heart and soul of Brisbane.
Officially opened on 29 January 1987, the Year of the Rabbit, it features traditional Chinese landscaping including a pair
of lions donated from the People’s Republic of China.
Rotundas are roofed with an ornate Chinese style copying the Tang Dynasty era while builders from Qingdao City in the
People’s Republic of China made a special visit to install a new traditional entry gate.
In this mall, you’ll find multicultural restaurants with delightful delicacies along with Chinese supermarkets offering rare
imported and Australian goods for cooking international cuisine. There are also Chinese herbalists and other Asian
stores, duty free shopping, jewellers, gifts and bookshops and a wide variety of other shops.
Adjacent to Chinatown is the Brunswick Street Mall – the heart of Fortitude Valley. Resolution Research Strategists say
this has played a central role in establishing the suburb as a thriving inner city destination.
Brunswick Street Mall is a 100 metre pedestrian mall with bars, clubs and restaurants, weekend markets and musical