Con­struc­tion has started on a $66 mil­lion lux­ury apart­ment project at In­dooroop­illy.

More than half of the 119 apart­ments have al­ready sold at Vil­lage Build­ing Co’s nine-level West­side Apart­ments project.

In a sub­urb where new devel­op­ments are rare, West­side will have a mix of one, two and three-bed­room apart­ments, with a rooftop ter­race in­clud­ing a pool and bar­be­cues.

Re­main­ing apart­ments are priced from $365,500.

Vil­lage Build­ing Co ac­quired the site in 2015, and Queens­land devel­op­ment man­ager Sam Burgess said it en­joyed a lot of lo­ca­tional ad­van­tages.

“The early sales suc­cess is a tes­ta­ment to our de­ci­sion to de­velop in In­dooroop­illy,” Mr Burgess said.

“It’s the right type of project in the right lo­ca­tion and, as a re­sult, we are at­tract­ing strong in­ter­est from a wide range of buy­ers.

“For both owner oc­cu­piers and in­vestors, the key draw­card is al­ways lo­ca­tion.”

The project is ad­ja­cent to the re­de­vel­oped In­dooroop­illy Shop­ping Cen­tre, and close to In­dooroop­illy golf course and public trans­port.

Mr Burgess said the project was on an el­e­vated site, giv­ing own­ers a choice of views.

“Many apart­ments will have views of ei­ther the city, Mt Coot-tha or the Bris­bane River,” he said. “West­side will be an en­ter­tain­ers’ de­light, with a beau­ti­ful res­i­dents’ re­cre­ation area fea­tur­ing a pool and bar­be­cue ter­races, adding to the ap­peal of liv­ing in one of Bris­bane’s most sought-af­ter sub­urbs.”

Com­ple­tion is ex­pected in the first quar­ter of 2018. There is a fully in­ter­ac­tive dis­play suite at 366 Mog­gill Rd, In­dooroop­illy.

Vil­lage Build­ing Co has de­vel­oped more than 14,000 res­i­den­tial prod­ucts through­out Can­berra, New South Wales and Queens­land.

The com­pany re­cently ac­quired its first res­i­den­tial devel­op­ment site in Mel­bourne and is look­ing to ex­pand its work­book fur­ther in Queens­land over the com­ing years.

West­side Apart­ments lies on an el­e­vated site, of­fer­ing views tak­ing in the city, Mt Coot-tha or the Bris­bane River.

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