Mosaic of living options
DEVELOPER Leighton Properties is gearing up to launch a limited selection of three-bedroom apartments at its Mosaic development in Fortitude Valley.
The new stock follows the release of the development’s revamped selection of one and two-bedroom configurations late last month.
Mosaic, on the corner of East, Church and Ann streets, is a $150 million mixed-use venture inspired by sustainable developments in Europe and the United States.
There are four three-bedroom apartments available. Features include a multi-purpose area and deck with expansive CBD views.
The state-of-the-art precinct, expected to start construction midway through this year, will feature 208 apartments set above restaurants, bars, shopping and boutique offices.
Up to 6000 plants and 50 different species of flora will be incorporated into the development, along with hanging gardens on each floor and a rooftop terrace with community vegetable plots and an organic worm farm.
Buyer interest in the development has been strong, forcing the developer to review its initial selection of stock to meet demand.
Leighton Properties executive director and Queensland state manager Andrew Borger said project architects Cox Rayner had completed a recent review in response to strong demand for certain apartment types.
“We have been inundated with demand for our two-bedroom product and consumers also wanting multipurpose spaces in their apartments,” Mr Borger said.
“As such, we are now releasing a larger 104sq m two-bedroom apartment to include a media room, providing an additional entertainment space, which could also double as a guest room or study.
“We’ve still maintained the wide variety of different apartment layouts, because we believe that has been a key part of Mosaic’s success.
“The other hot button has been the response to the seamless indoor/ outdoor living zones and we’ve now rolled this into the majority of our onebedroom product.”