De­sign your own lux­ury home and then re­lax and un­wind in an ex­clu­sive “well­ness” space.

Dwell, be­ing de­vel­oped by Dib­corp, is giv­ing Newstead two 56-unit tow­ers with apart­ments rang­ing in size from 127sq m to 600sq m – with a unique twist.

Dib­corp direc­tor Franco Di Bar­tolomeo said with 33 years’ in­volve­ment in the in­dus­try, he was lis­ten­ing to the mar­ket and giv­ing his high­end clients the abil­ity to de­sign their own apart­ments or pent­houses.

“Peo­ple in this price bracket are look­ing for some­thing that suits their needs,” he said.

With con­struc­tion set to start on July 1, lev­els nine to 14 are all north/south fac­ing with un­in­ter­rupted city views and ex­press lifts.

If you buy one of the three-bed­room res­i­dences from level nine or above, or a pent­house, be­fore June 30, you will be able to tai­lor the lay­out, con­fig­u­ra­tion and fin­ishes of your apart­ment or even put two to­gether.

“There’s other flex­i­bil­ity in the project too,” Mr Di Bar­tolomeo said. “For ex­am­ple, buy­ers can pur­chase an apart­ment but choose not to fit it out straight away.

“They might just want to se­cure the space and fit it out in a year or two when they de­cide to move in.”

Dib­corp fo­cuses on, and de­liv­ers, one project at a time, with con­struc­tion un­der­taken by the de­vel­oper’s own con­struc­tion com­pany Dib­corp Con­struc­tions.

This means the de­vel­oper is in con­trol of the devel­op­ment from in­cep­tion to com­ple­tion, with the buy­ers per­son­ally meet­ing with the ac­tual de­vel­oper.

“We’re all about con­nect­ing with the client and lis­ten­ing to ev­ery­thing they say,” Mr Di Bar­tolomeo said.

The two tow­ers have 20m of space be­tween them, which is where the Dwell magic hap­pens.

The open space al­lows high lev­els of nat­u­ral light to flow into the apart­ments, as well as un­in­ter­rupted cross breezes.

On level three, The Green will give res­i­dents a place to re­lax, un­wind and dwell.

Mr Di Bar­tolomeo is pas­sion­ate about build­ing an en­vi­ron­ment that en­hances his res­i­dents’ life­style.

“The Dwell name was cho­sen to cre­ate a sense of health and well­be­ing,” he said.

“That’s car­ried through to the re­tail sec­tion on the ground level, where there will be a health and well­be­ing precinct, so no noisy restau­rants or cafes.

“’The Green is just un­der 700sq m and is a large chill-out space.”

The space can be used as a yoga re­treat, read­ing nook, or en­ter­tain­ment area – it will in­clude some in­ti­mate hide­aways, daybeds, a tim­ber deck area, wa­ter fea­tures, Wi-Fi con­nec­tiv­ity, lounge chairs and din­ing ameni­ties.

Lev­els one to eight con­tain a mix of one and two-bed­room apart­ments, with some very in­no­va­tive fea­tures, in­clud­ing a mov­able kitchen is­land that can shift out of the way for a big­ger en­ter­tain­ing space in­side or be moved onto the bal­cony to en­ter­tain out­side.

Dwell is in Newstead close to Gas­works, as well as Newstead and Tener­iffe’s many restau­rants, cafes and re­tails out­lets.

Dwell, de­vel­oped by Dib­corp, is two 56-unit tow­ers at Newstead. Un­til June 30 buy­ers from level nine and above can de­sign their own lay­out.

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