New boutique apartments launched at Macgregor

New boutique apartments launched at Macgregor
New boutique apartments launched at Macgregor

Mason, a brand new five storey residential building in Macgregor, 12 kilometres from the Brisbane CBD, has hit the market.

Comprising 27 one, two and three bedroom apartments, the units start from $359,000.

Designed by Tim Stewart Architects and developer by Brisbane based developer Position Developments, the building is set to enhance the streetscape with its smart exterior.

Position Developments development manager Marvin D'souza says Macgregor is a thriving urban location and is attracting a mix of young professionals and families.

"Young purchasers are tending to gravitate towards city fringe suburbs, with affordability, access to education facilities and public transport, employment, and local infrastructure proving to be key motivators," he said. 

"Price growth in higher density areas has left many inner city locations out of reach for young professionals, families and investors, which is pushing buyers towards more affordable suburbs. 

"With more than $1.4 billion of current and future local infrastructure investment, and a projected 11,000 jobs in the catchment by 2031, Macgregor represents a strong investment opportunity. 

"Mason gives buyers the chance to secure a brand new property in the mid $400,000’s without having to sacrifice dwelling space or proximity to local conveniences."

The apartments range between 64 sqm and 187 sqm and features open plan designs, full galley kitchens and a balcony or terrace area.

The three bedroom apartments offer large 87 sqm terrace with north-east aspect.

Mason also features shared recreational areas and a spacious rooftop terrace with views of Mt Gravatt.

Buyers can choose between two colour schemes, with stone benchtops, feature cabinetry with LED lighting, generous and cleverly concealed storage spaces and built-in wardrobes in each apartment. 

Brisbane Residential Development

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