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A free­hold res­i­den­tial de­vel­op­ment in one of Bris­bane’s most sought af­ter river­side sub­urbs has al­ready se­cured $20 mil­lion in pre-sales.

Con­struc­tion has now started on TriBeCa Ter­races, which will in­clude 53 two and three storey res­i­dences on John­stone St at Bulimba.

Di Carlo Prop­erty Group di­rec­tor Joshua Di Carlo said the de­vel­oper had wanted to “strike a chord” by cre­at­ing a dis­tinc­tive prod­uct, and buy­ers had re­sponded en­thu­si­as­ti­cally. Other re­cent projects in­cluded Ebony + Ivory at Coor­pa­roo and Ele­ment Bulimba.

“TriBeCa Ter­races de­liv­ers the space and scale of free­hold home own­er­ship in the con­text of an in­ner-ur­ban de­vel­op­ment,” Mr Di Carlo said. “We have shaped TriBeCa to suit dis­cern­ing, so­phis­ti­cated buy­ers who are in­creas­ingly drawn to this unique pocket.”

TriBeCa Ter­races is named af­ter one of Man­hat­tan’s most de­sir­able sub­urbs, an area dom­i­nated by celebrity-owned lofts and apart­ments in New York City.

Duke Realty sales agent Sam Pat­ter­son said buy­ers were iden­ti­fy­ing the out­stand­ing value and op­por­tu­nity of the TriBeCa’s res­i­dences.

“To pur­chase a house in Bulimba you need to be spend­ing a min­i­mum of $1.5 mil­lion and closer to $2 mil­lion for a home with the level of TriBeCa’s fin­ishes,” Mr Pat­ter­son said. “Empty nesters who are look­ing to down­size can get the high-level TriBeCa fin­ishes for around the $850,000 mark and still have money left in their pocket af­ter they sell the fam­ily home.”

TriBeCa Ter­race res­i­dences of­fer large liv­ing and kitchen ar­eas, mul­ti­ple bal­conies, gen­er­ous third bed­rooms, mul­ti­ple bath­rooms, ground­floor court­yards, dou­ble garages, ex­ten­sive land­scap­ing and recre­ation ar­eas. They in­clude mar­ble fea­tures and Miele ap­pli­ances which can be viewed in the dis­play suite.

Res­i­dents will have ac­cess to life­style fa­cil­i­ties, in­clud­ing two recre­ation ar­eas and a lux­ury pool. It is a short walk to a ferry ter­mi­nal and Ox­ford Street’s vi­brant re­tail, din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment hub.

TriBeCa Ter­races of­fer two and three storey con­tem­po­rary res­i­dences in one of Bris­bane’s most sought-af­ter life­style sub­urbs, Bulimba.

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