Pyco Group to launch Brisbane development after Nouveau Albion townhouse approval

Nouveau Albion is the latest on the group’s thriving list, adding to the already $130 million projects currently underway across Brisbane and Sydney
Render of the proposed Nouveau Albion project's facade. Credit: Renderhouse
Alison Warters June 30, 20220 min read

The Sydney-based property developer Pyco Group has received approval for their latest residential project in Brisbane’s inner north-east.

The 47 sub-tropical townhouse project, Nouveau Albion, is the latest on the group’s thriving list, adding to the already $130 million projects currently underway across Brisbane and Sydney.


Render of the soon to launch Nouveau Albion apartments. Credit: Renderhouse

Having previously worked together on The Bailey project, DAH Architecture has again been tasked with handling the designs of the three-bedroom, double storey-residences, with the fully cross-ventilated homes revelling in split level living arrangements.

 “A modern take on the classic Queenslander, Nouveau represents an entirely new type of apartment living for those who value room to move—in one of the city’s most exciting urban playgrounds,” Pyco note about the project.

Pyco has a number of residential developments cropping up around the Brisbane area, including the currently under-construction West End project, The Bailey, which comprises 26 luxury boutique, two and three-bedroom apartments, with only a selection of three-bedroom residences remaining.

The group also plan to deliver another 36 residences to West End, with plans put forward to develop on a site on Vulture Street.

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.
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