New apartment project in Brisbane's Woolloongabba welcomes first residents

New apartment project in Brisbane's Woolloongabba welcomes first residents
New apartment project in Brisbane's Woolloongabba welcomes first residents

The first residents have started moving into Radius Apartments in Brisbane’s Woolloongabba, with the newly completed development also starting to operate as serviced accommodation.

The mixed-use project by Majella Property Developments at 44 O’Keefe Street comprises 91 apartments with a mix of 35 one-bedroom and 56 two-bedroom units. It is also being operated by Oaks Hotels & Resorts as Oaks Woolloongabba.

Majella chief executive officer Sebastian Monsour said the larger size of the apartments and the overall quality appealed to buyers.

“On average, the apartments are larger than those in other new residential developments selling for similar prices within Brisbane city and fringe suburbs. This has proven very popular with potential buyers as they consider it better value for money,” Monsour said.

The one-bedroom apartments range in size from 79 sqm to 98 sqm, while two-bedroom apartments ranging from 99 sqm to 133 sqm. Apartment pricing ranged from $357,000 to $569,000.

Two commercial tenancies have also sold in the commercial space.

Majella Group founder Professor Frank Monsour said, “Brisbane City Council’s Urban Renewal Brisbane program has ensured that Woolloongabba has undergone unprecedented revitalisation.”

The launch of Oaks Woolloongabba was the tenth Brisbane property for Oaks Hotels & Resorts with a room inventory of more than 1,400 rooms.

Radius was constructed by Queensland’s Tomkins Commercial & Industrial Builders.

New apartment project in Brisbane's Woolloongabba welcomes first residents

The complex is built on Woolloongabba’s highest point at 44 O’Keefe Street and offers views of the city.

Designed by Elizabeth Anderson of Hayes Anderson Lynch Architects, Radius Apartments features a rooftop sky deck with city views, a 20-metre swimming pool, gardens and barbecue facilities.

Majella Property Developments will soon be lodging its development application for the proposed redevelopment of the heritage-listed Broadway Hotel site at Woolloongabba featuring 280 apartments and a three-level commercial and retail podium.

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