A Nest both for work and to call a home in Brisbane's north

A Nest both for work and to call a home in Brisbane's north
A Nest both for work and to call a home in Brisbane's north

Listed developer Villa World has unveiled a collection of business residences within the Fitzgibbon Chase community in Brisbane’s north side as a response to more people working out of homes.

Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) has engaged Villa World to deliver 12 unique terrace-style homes which fuse residential and commercial uses, and they will be called The Nest

The homes have ground floor professional suites with a street presence, and a one or two-bedroom residence on the upper level. 

Homes range in size from 90sqm to 139sqm and will be priced under $400,000.

The homes will rise on the corner of Carselgrove Avenue and Dorrigo place on the doorstep of the 1300-home Fitzgibbon Chase community. 

Villa World general manager - Communities and Business Growth, Carl Bruhn said The Nest was a response to the shift in the way people used their homes. 

“Increasingly, professionals are working from home or in smaller teams and this style of home gives them a commercial street presence for their business as well as a private residence,” he said. 

“The idea is to create distinct and separated zones for living and working, but under the same roof."

The project is close to schools, public transport and shopping centres. 

The Nest falls within the Fitzgibbon Priority Development Area which covers 295 hectares of land in the northern suburbs of Fitzgibbon, CARSELDINE, Bald Hills, TAIGUM and Deagon. 

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Brisbane Residential Development

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