Lux­ury style in a ter­race


Time is run­ning out to buy a new free­hold ter­race home in the tightly-held sub­urb of Bulimba.

Di Carlo Prop­erty Group have sold 70 per cent of their ter­race home com­mu­nity TriBeCa

Ter­races ahead of com­ple­tion mid next year. Di Carlo Prop­erty Group direc­tor Joshua Di Carlo said free­hold land op­por­tu­ni­ties in Bulimba were rare.

“The op­por­tu­nity to pur­chase a par­cel of land to­gether with the qual­ity fin­ishes of the ter­race homes sets TriBeCa Ter­races apart from other of­fer­ings on the mar­ket,” he said.

In ad­di­tion to the strong sales, he said the builders were two months ahead of sched­ule on the con­struc­tion.

“We have been thrilled with the sales re­sults and are now ex­pect­ing to com­plete con­struc­tion of Stage One by June 2019 and Stage Two in Au­gust 2019,” Mr Di Carlo said.

“There has been a strong re­sponse from the lo­cal mar­ket in­clud­ing fam­i­lies and down­siz­ers who have iden­ti­fied the unique op­por­tu­nity to get a foothold in this pro­gres­sive sub­urb.

“Bris­bane is hold­ing its own in the cur­rent prop­erty cy­cle and Bulimba it­self is ex­pected to ex­ceed the Bris­bane mar­ket with the in­tro­duc­tion of SpeedCat Ferry ser­vices only 600m away, the Bris­bane In­ter­na­tional Cruise Ship Ter­mi­nal and Bulimba Bar­racks re­de­vel­op­ment.”

Duke Realty sales agent Sam Pat­ter­son said buy­ers to the devel­op­ment were drawn to the qual­ity de­sign and lo­ca­tion of TriBeCa

Ter­races, as well as the ben­e­fit of own­ing a free­hold prop­erty.

“TriBeCa’s qual­ity fin­ishes, paired with the range of life­style fa­cil­i­ties and its prox­im­ity to the city has struck a chord with buy­ers and we ex­pect to see the strong sales mo­men­tum con­tinue,” Mr Pat­ter­son said.

The TriBeCa Ter­races project is tak­ing shape on a site stretch­ing from Banya to John­ston streets, and is easy walk­ing dis­tance to Apollo Rd ferry ter­mi­nal and Ox­ford Street’s re­tail, din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment hub.

TriBeCa Ter­races of­fers lux­ury fit­tings and ap­point­ments in the sought-af­ter river­side Bris­bane sub­urb of Bulimba.

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