Brisbane apartment values rise 0.4 per cent in December: What you can buy for the new median

Urban has taken a look at three developments which are selling apartments around the new median apartment value.

Brisbane apartment values rise 0.4 per cent in December: What you can buy for the new median

The Brisbane apartment market ended 2020 on a high, recording a 0.4 per cent gain over December, according to data analytics firm CoreLogic.

It took the median apartment price to a 2020 high of $390,000.

Urban has taken a look at three developments which are selling apartments around the new median apartment value.

Renovaré, Yeronga

Address: 174 Venner Road, Yeronga QLD 4104

Price: From $389,000

Brisbane apartment values rise 0.4 per cent in December: What you can buy for the new median

The Gardner Vaughan Group Yeronga project Renovaré is offering its one bedroom apartment from $389,000, or $384,000 when taking in to account the $15,000 Homebuilder's Grant. They've just released their third stage, Vensuto, made up of 33 one, two, three and four bedroom apartments.

The project has achieved a five-leaf rating of sustainability from The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) which highlights the features and positive impact on the environment and community.

The Coterie, Fortitude Valley

Address: 365 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

Price: From $383,880

Brisbane apartment values rise 0.4 per cent in December: What you can buy for the new median

Vicland Property Group's Fortitude Valley project The Coterie is offering one bedroom apartments from $383,880 just 1.5 kilometres from Brisbane's CBD in the bustling restaurant precinct. The site's original heritage bakery facade and feature interior elements of St Pauls have been integrated in to the development by architecture firms Rothelowman and Bruce Henderson Architects. 

The two residential towers are made up of one, two and three bedroom apartments across their 27 levels.

M Apartments, Kangaroo Point

Address: 699 Main Street Kangaroo Point, QLD 4169

Prices: From $415,000

Brisbane apartment values rise 0.4 per cent in December: What you can buy for the new median

Apartments in the boutique Kangaroo Point development M Apartments are now nearing the $390,000 Brisbane median. One beds start from $415,000, with the one bed apartments qualifying for the $15,000 HomeBuilder grant.

The apartment block has just 46 residences.

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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