SAVVE Developments behind latest Indooroopilly apartments, The Audrey

SAVVE Developments behind latest Indooroopilly apartments, The Audrey
Render of the Indooroopilly development, The Audrey
Alison Warters February 6, 2023

Construction has commenced on a new set of apartments slated for Brisbane’s inner-city by SAVVE Developments & Construction. 

The 1610 sqm Indooroopilly site at 107 Clarence Road, is DA-approved to deliver 35 apartments across eight storeys upon completion, with The Audrey offering a mix of two, three and four-bedroom residences as well as one five-bedroom penthouse. 

Commercial tenancies will take up shop across the ground floor of the site, with the two-storey addition set to include space for offices and food and beverage retailers. 

Designed by Prospect Architects, with interiors by Merge, the development will take inspiration from the tree-lined streets of its locale, which is situated just moments from world-class cafes, restaurants, shopping and golf courses. 

An entry lobby and resident’s library will be situated across the ground floor, featuring stone floors, feature wallpaper, timber joinery and custom furniture, with the apartments beginning on level two, with just five residences set for each floor. 

Designed for the owner-occupier, each of the homes will feature open living and dining areas, with 2.7-metre high ceilings, wide balcony doors and full-height glass panelling inviting natural light and breezes throughout. 

SAVVE Director, Sandro Alberti said their research showed that most buyers would be locals, within an eight kilometre radius, which has, so far, been the case.

"Being the Builder and Developer meant we were able to fully customise, not only the fit out of each apartment but also able to amalgamate two floor plans together to purposely design larger apartments, satisfying our client's desired outcomes," Alberti said. 

"Of those buyers that decided to opt for larger residences, we have worked together with our architects and them to design magnificent four or five-bedroom apartments that cater for their customised interior preferences."

"With the addition of these unique larger residences within our boutique complex, we've reduced the number of apartments from 35 to now just 30".

Apartments will incorporate internal laundries, ensuites, media rooms, butler’s pantries and expansive storage options, with an interior palette of stone, engineered Oak Herringbone timber floors, and cool neutral walls. 

The two-bedders will be priced from $680,000 with the three-bedroom apartments starting from just over $1 million. 

Crowning the inner-city site will be a communal rooftop recreation deck, complete with a lap pool and day beds, barbecue facilities, alfresco dining space, and a conversation zone with a fire pit, all encased in lush green landscaping, with raised vegetable and herb garden beds and an open green zone also incorporated.  

Centrally located in a walkable community, The Audrey offers the best of all worlds, with the casual vibe of the leafy riverside suburb brimming with green open parklands while still being seamlessly connected to the CBD, which is just 9 minutes away.

The Indooroopilly Train Station is just a five-minute walk from the site, as is the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, which is the largest shopping destination in the western suburbs of Brisbane, with over 360 specialty stores, 16 cinema rooms and a food court. 

The Audrey is also close-by to two premier golf courses, in addition to a number of educational institutes, including The University of Queensland, Indooroopilly State High School, Brigidine College, St Peters Lutheran College, Ambrose Treacy College & Holy Family Primary School. 

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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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