CITY VIEWS THAT GO ON FOREVER
A Taringa development will offer the chance to secure never-to-be-built-out city views with a northeast aspect.
Mosaic’s latest project Amparo at Taringa will be built in a protected corridor at an elevated position on Swann Rd.
Mosaic managing director Brook Monahan said the position meant the view would never be built out, which offered maximised growth potential.
“Not only does it have a highly sought-after northeast aspect and a protected view corridor, but all kitchens and bathrooms are 100 per cent custom-designed, right down to the tiniest detail,” Mr Monahan said.
“The attention to detail is flawless, Amparo will be a truly special place to live.” He said Mosaic took a “holistic” approach to their developments and the entire project would be managed in-house.
“We control every individual process involved, from the research, feasibility and due diligence before purchasing a site, all the way through design, construction, to the managing of your investment, ensuring you receive the best possible returns and that the property stays in the best possible condition well into the future.”
Mr Monahan said once completed, the $18 million development would have fivestoreys, with two ground floor terrace residences opening to private courtyards.
“(There will be) three levels with four luxury apartments, all with views of the city or suburban outlooks and crowned by one threebedroom prestigious residence with outstanding views, as well as one twobedroom apartment, which one of our key staff members has purchased as an owner occupier.”
Mosaic lead architect Peter Navin said the development employed timeless architectural elements and would add a new twist of style to Taringa with its spacious, light-filled apartments and carefully selected designer fixtures.
“Penthouse apartments are pavilioninspired, boasting a stylish and functional thinprofile floating roof form with large overhangs to provide extended shade,” Mr Navin said.
“The top-floor apartments are defined by floor-to-ceiling glazing to capture the best of the site’s northern aspect.
“Stunning vistas are available to all residents with a rooftop communal area positioned to capture the leafy suburban aspect and mountain views.’’
Mr Monahan said the development had achieved a six-leaf EnviroDevelopment Certification because of its strong emphasis on sustainability through eco-friendly design elements.
Amparo apartments in Taringa by Mosaic all have a northeast aspect with guaranteed city views.