Mosaic Property Group is tapping the compelling lifestyle credentials of leafy Upper Mount Gravatt with the launch of its latest apartment project, Curio by Mosaic.
Comprising a mix of two and three-bedroom apartments, Curio by Mosaic presents an opportunity for a low maintenance yet elegant lifestyle on the doorstep of an array of employment, educational, dining, leisure and entertainment amenities.
Mosaic Property Group managing director Brook Monahan said Upper Mount Gravatt was shaping up as one of Brisbane’s most sought after residential locations.
“Just 10.5km south of the CBD, Upper Mount Gravatt is earning a reputation as a highly sought-after city-fringe location thanks to increases in median rental rates and consistently low vacancy rates,” Mr Monahan said.
“Young, working professionals seeking access to employment, lifestyle and educational facilities are drawn to the area and their dwelling choice is typically apartments given their low maintenance nature.
“It is the ideal location for Mosaic’s hallmark delivery of boutique, high quality apartments, which will offer an elegant yet practical contemporary lifestyle close to everything residents need on a daily basis.”
Curio will comprise 42 architect-designed apartments over seven levels, just seven minutes’ walk to the recently upgraded Westfield Garden City and an easy commute to the city via the South-East Busway.
It is close to Griffith University’s Mt Gravatt and Nathan campuses and less than one kilometre from cafes, restaurants, eateries and a diversity of fitness and sporting facilities.
Curio’s distinctive apartments are airy and filled with natural light thanks to full height sliding doors to the balcony.
All have large open-plan living spaces flowing to the generous and private balconies, beautifully appointed kitchens with quality appliances and luxurious bathrooms with contemporary finishes.
Mr Monahan said the thoughtfully designed apartments, priced from $475,000, delivered unsurpassed low maintenance living for the discerning owner-occupier or savvy investor.
“They are spacious residences with a level of finish not normally associated with apartments in this price range,” he said.
“Curio delivers practical, elegant comfort in a location that is unrivalled for convenience, amenities and quality of life.”
The building’s considered design allows for the maximum number of corner apartments which capture prevailing breezes and exposure to natural light.
Designed to optimise aspect and views while also affording privacy and solar control, Curio’s large balconies are perfect for enjoying Brisbane’s sub-tropical climate while providing a generous space for outdoor living and reducing the reliance on air conditioning.
And wherever possible, Curio has incorporated sustainable principles such as overhangs, deep recesses and screening.
“These not only add interest to the facade, they also minimise the impact of heat gain from direct sunlight while still allowing ample natural light to penetrate deep within the building,” Mr Monahan said.
Curio’s apartments are priced from $475,000 for two-bedroom configurations and from $601,000 for three-bedroom residences.
All feature air conditioning to living and all bedrooms, ceiling fans in bedrooms, plenty of storage space, separate laundry with dryer, LED ceiling lights, a screened and private balcony, and secure basement car parking.