Three new display apartments at the completed $77.5 million Omega Apartments are open for inspection, showcasing a range of contemporary living opportunities just 1km from Brisbane’s CBD.
Omega Apartments’ one and two-bedroom apartments are on average 10 per cent larger than most on offer in the inner-city Brisbane area and they range in size from 63sqm to 147sqm.
Developed by HG Developments, Omega Apartments is located at 61 Brookes Street in the heart of the trendy RNA Showgrounds urban precinct of Bowen Hills and is within walking distance of the Gasworks Precinct.
Open for inspection, the three new display apartments are located on Levels 5, 11 and 16 and include a one bedroom and two two-bedroom apartments with expansive balconies offering panoramic views across Brisbane.
The display apartment on Level 5 is a two-bedroom garden terrace apartment with a large living/dining area that opens to a massive 66sqm wraparound balcony with views across inner-city Brisbane.
The one-bedroom display apartment on the 11th floor and the two-bedroom display apartment on Level 16 boast floor-to-ceiling windows throughout offering views from every room.
TOTAL Property Group Managing Director and Marketing Manager for Omega Apartments, Adrian Parsons, said recent reports had revealed that property values in the Brisbane area were trending upwards.
“According to The CoreLogic Home Value Index Results for October, there’s been a further 0.8 per cent increase in Brisbane dwelling values, pushing the medium price growth for the quarter up to 1.1 per cent,” Mr Parsons said.
“Units saw a similar price growth during October with a 0.8 per cent rise, making now an opportune time for buyers considering getting into the property market.”
Mr Parsons said more than 70 per cent of Omega Apartments were sold prior to construction, with the remaining one and two-bedroom apartments ranging in price from $401,000 to $694,000.
Omega Apartments developers Simon Gundelach and Alistair Harvey, of HG Developments, have nearly 20 years’ experience developing residential, retail and commercial projects.
“During the design stage of Omega Apartments our vision was always to create liveable apartments that were on average 10 per cent larger in size than most other inner-city apartments,” Mr Gundelach said.
“We’ve included unique design elements creating a neutral colour palette throughout, with angled timber flooring and an abundance of natural light through floor-to-ceilings windows giving Omega Apartments a different dimension.
“Residents also have exclusive use of expansive recreational areas, including a solar-powered subtropical roof-top sky garden with a horizon-edge pool with skyline views, a gas fire pit, three barbecues and a yoga deck. They also have the use of a gymnasium, yoga studio and music room.”
Omega Apartments features 130 spacious apartments consisting of 42 one-bedroom apartments, 10 one-bedrooms plus multi-purpose rooms, 52 two-bedroom apartments and 26 two-bedrooms plus a study.
It is perfectly positioned at 61 Brookes Street; just 1km from Brisbane’s CBD in the high-demand area of Bowen Hills. Omega Apartments is also within walking distance of the burgeoning King Street Precinct, Gasworks Precinct and neighbours Fortitude Valley’s eclectic café and restaurant scene.
Surrounded by childcare providers and some of the finest state and private schools in Brisbane, Omega Apartments is very close to the soon-to-open Inner City North State Secondary College; Brisbane’s first vertical school and the first inner-city high school to open in 50 years.
Omega Apartments is a 12-minute drive from Brisbane Airport and is well serviced by significant transport infrastructure, including the existing Bowen Hills train station and the new Exhibition train station being built as part of the State Government’s $5.4 billion Cross River Rail project.
Originally published by Louise Carroll Marketing in MyTownMagazine HERE.