Top hair stylist leases space in Brisbane's Kangaroo Point development

Top hair stylist leases space in Brisbane's Kangaroo Point development
Top hair stylist leases space in Brisbane's Kangaroo Point development

One of Brisbane's top hairdressers has snapped up the first commercial tenancy at Kangaroo Point's new apartment development, The Marc.

Sarah Seymour, a leading hair stylist who has worked with some of Australia's top models, Sydney Fashion Week and runs Brisbane's most regarded salons for the past decade, will open the doors to her first New York style, loft salon The Mane Attic, on August 26.

Seymour committed to a 48 sqm street level tenancy on a five-year lease, with options at the 616 Main Street development.

The space shares a floor with the apartment building's lobby and will spill out onto Main Street.

Three tenancies remain at The Marc, a short walk from the Kangaroo Point lookout, with leasing rates priced from $700/sqm and spaces ranging in size from 60 sqm to 121 sqm.

Seymour said in addition to The Marc's chic architecture, its prime location and proposed Boulevard style streetscape were key attractions.

"The Marc is a very contemporary building and while it's located just a few minutes from the city, it's out far enough out to allow my clients to switch off for a few hours in a more relaxed environment," she said.

"My salon will radiate a New York loft style design and will complement it perfectly.”

The Brisbane City Council has cited Kangaroo Point's Main Street as the east side's 'high street' and Seymour says the street's Boulevard style development covenants were great signs of the area's future growth.

The Marc consists of 69 contemporary apartments and is almost 85 percent sold with sales in excess of $30 million. The building is expected to be completed by the end of August.

Development partner Anthony Conomos said in addition to The Marc's location close to the CBD, Main Street's boulevard-style development covenants were proving key benefits to prospective tenants.

"Kangaroo Point is the first eastern suburb outside of the Brisbane CBD and Brisbane City Council granted Main Street the trophy 'high street' status, meaning the area has great appeal for both residents and visitors from surrounding regions," he said.

The four commercial spaces are on the ground floor. Bulk of the foundational work, such as installing air-conditioning, grease traps and exhaust ducting have already been done.

The eight-level apartment project, developed by joint venture partners - Artaria Developments, Main St (Bris) Pty Ltd and Chad is the third project by the group in Kangaroo Point.

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