Renewal benefits residents
MORE than 100 apartments at Chrome Properties’ Bowen Hills development Code have already sold, with construction on the complex expected to be complete by November.
The 10-storey apartment development will feature 132 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, with remaining residences priced from $351,000.
A display apartment will soon be unveiled on the ground floor of the development in Jeays St.
Coldwell Banker Property Direct project marketing sales manager Luke Best said the display would enable potential buyers to see the finished product while taking advantage of a delayed settlement time.
‘‘Code delivers a range of apartment layouts to suit the local demographic of Bowen Hills and the pricepoints have been attractive to owner occupiers and investors alike,’’ he said.
The apartments will feature floor- to-ceiling windows to take in the views, as well as smart and efficient designs which maximise the sense of space.
Most apartments large balconies.
In addition, the complex’s city fringe setting allows residents to enjoy the many entertainment options of Fortitude Valley and the Brisbane CBD. Bowen Hills railway station and the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital are a short walk away.
Mr Best said residents at Code would be on the doorstep of the $3 billion RNA Showground redevelopment and be part of the urban renewal occurring in the Bowen Hills area.
‘‘Located at the heart of this anticipated growth, Code is set to take full advantage of almost $20 billion worth of new infrastructure and renewal projects that will completely revitalise the suburb,’’ he said.