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A similar story from the Brisbane Times, which is a little misleading because presales have been going on for months:
Brisbane skyscraper nets $50 million in first week
Shannon Molloy | September 19, 2008 - 10:23AM
Investors have swooped on a new mixed-use CBD skyscraper development and snapped up more than 70 hotel suites in less than a week, resulting in a $50 million sales success.
Standing at 265m and boasting residential, hotel and office space, the Trilogy Tower project on Queen Street will be one the city's tallest buildings when complete.
Developer APH Capital caused a stir last weekend when it officially opened sales for its luxury hotel suites, which represent the first new five-star product to be released to the local market in more than a decade.
More than 30 per cent of the hotel component has sold since last weekend, generating at least $50 million.
Brisbane has one of the highest hotel occupancy rates in the world and the hotel market has been bustling with investor activity in recent years.
APH managing director John Wilson said the success at Trilogy highlighted the continuing strength in the market.
"It shows there's a huge awareness of the demand for new hotel room stock and a particular need for five-star rooms in the Brisbane CBD," Mr Wilson said.
"The response to the product has been nothing less than sensational."
Trilogy Hotel, to be managed by Mirvac Hotels and Resorts, will comprise 192 fully-furnished one- and two-bedroom apartment suites.
The rest of the tower will also be home to a luxury residents and an office component featuring 31,000 square metres of space over 28 levels.Construction is expected to be complete in 2012.