Friday, January 27, 2012

Hamilton Reach Press Release

Diversified property group Australand is poised to begin construction on one of Brisbane’s most anticipated new residential projects – the $400 million Hamilton Reach in the Northshore Riverside precinct. 
Following a successful sales run equating to more than 60 percent of available product, Australand is about to start work on The Green Quarter – the second release at Hamilton Reach since its launch in April 2011. 
The Green Quarter – comprising 12 unique terrace homes located just one street back from the Brisbane River is anticipated to be completed late 2012. 
“Hamilton Reach has generated a high level of interest due to its sought-after low to medium density masterplan, diverse and considered product and its unrivalled riverfront location,” he said.  “The project has been designed as a highly liveable community optimising views to the river and parklands.  Hamilton Reach will be intrinsically different to anything else in the area as it has been designed as a boutique enclave that is spaced out over a number of low rise buildings which have been extremely well received.” 
ULDA urban development director, Matt Leyshon, said Northshore Hamilton is currently undergoing the biggest urban renewal in Brisbane’s history and Australand’s Hamilton Reach is a significant part of the precinct’s transformation. 
“Northshore Hamilton is the most significant waterfront redevelopment in Brisbane since Expo 88 and Southbank,” he said. 
Watermarque features a stunning collection of 78 contemporary apartments across two five-storey buildings. There are a variety of floor plans with one, two and three-bedroom configurations on offer ranging in size from 56 sqm to 333 sqm.
The Green Quarter’s terrace homes will be built according to stringent design and construction standards in a bid to reduce the future energy costs for the end user.
Designed by Rothe Loweman White Architecture, the terrace homes will feature a 3 kilowatt solar power system, double glazing to windows and doors, cross ventilation, a 3000-litre rainwater tank plumbed to the toilets and laundry,  private courtyards and smart meters to monitor water and electricity usage. 
The terrace homes range in size from 193sqm to 280sqm and remaining homes are priced from $925,000 - $1.375 million. Watermarque apartments are selling from $535,000 - $950,000.

1 comment:

Steve said...

We have bought a Watermarque apartment and we can't wait for construction to start.