TRIBECA IS SET TO SHINE

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Di Carlo Prop­erty Group is bring­ing new di­men­sions to in­ner-city liv­ing with its $50 mil­lion TriBeCa Ter­races devel­op­ment in Bulimba.

Ea­ger to push the bound­aries of the tra­di­tional in­ner-city squeeze, the Bris­bane de­vel­oper tasked its de­sign team with blend­ing func­tional liv­ing spa­ces with the look and feel of a spa­cious, lux­u­ri­ous home.

TriBeCa Ter­races hits the brief with its free­hold-ti­tled, two and three-level homes of­fer­ing large liv­ing and kitchen ar­eas, mul­ti­ple bal­conies, gen­er­ous third bed­rooms, ground­floor court­yards, dou­ble garages, ex­ten­sive land­scap­ing and recre­ation ar­eas.

Group di­rec­tor Joshua Di Carlo said while liv­ing close to the city of­ten meant com­pro­mis­ing on space, TriBeCa Ter­races of­fered ex­pan­sive liv­ing ar­eas, pri­vacy and beau­ti­ful views on the doorstep of the CBD.

“Gen­er­ous and flex­i­ble liv­ing and kitchen ar­eas al­low more op­tions for seat­ing and stor­age, while the seam­less tran­si­tion from din­ing area to bal­cony af­fords ad­di­tional en­ter­tain­ment and liv­ing space that suits the Queens­land cli­mate,” he said.

There is de­lib­er­ate fo­cus on high-qual­ity and min­i­mal main­te­nance fin­ishes such as pre­mium quartz stone bench­tops with easy­wipe sur­faces, mar­ble splash­backs, con­cealed- cis­tern toi­lets, hard­wood Amer­i­can oak floor­boards, and fully co-or­di­nated ar­chi­tec­tural door han­dles and tap­ware.

Lux­u­ri­ous touches us­ing tim­ber-look cab­i­netry are fea­tured through­out the interiors. Buy­ers also have a choice of dark or light fin­ish schemes. There are Miele ap­pli­ances, and ceil­ings soar up to 3m with de­tailed square-set plas­ter­work high­light­ing main liv­ing and re­lax­ation ar­eas. In­ter­nal stair­cases have tim­ber treads and ris­ers with tim­ber-look screen­ing to open liv­ing ar­eas. There is stor­age space under the stairs in most homes. Ter­race homes have ei­ther two or three bath­rooms with some fea­tur­ing ex­tra-large pow­der rooms.

TriBeCa Ter­races, de­vel­oped by Di Carlo Prop­erty Group, fea­tures free­hold-ti­tled, two and three-level homes.

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