Privately-owned Brisbane developer Pradella is set to deliver energy, colour and character to Brisbane’s cultural precinct with Canvas, South Brisbane.
Designed by ML Design, the 16-storey apartment building will feature 141 one- and two-bedroom apartments and aims to reflect the expectations of Brisbane’s sophisticated apartment market.
One-bedroom, one-bathroom apartments start from $346,000 and are 54sqm in size with a 10sqm balcony.
Two-bedroom apartments start from $585,000 and range in size from 75sqm-82sqm with balconies that range in size from 11sqm to 21sqm.
Set in the heart of Brisbane’s premier arts and entertainment precinct of South Bank, Canvas is located at the top of Boundary Street and is within walking distance of QPAC, the Convention and Exhibition Centre, GoMa and the State Library, and over 160 cafes and restaurants, 75 fashion boutiques and 60 specialty stores.
Apartments feature light-filled interiors, designed by Tonic, that comprise of pendant lighting, stone benchtops, timber veneer shelving and butler sinks, with a choice of three colour schemes.
Open plan living spaces open onto sweeping views of the Brisbane City Skyline, Mount Coot-tha, and the Brisbane River.
“Each residence is designed for seamless indoor/outdoor subtropical living. The main elevations are articulated to take advantage of winter sun and summer breezes, and promote exceptional views of the city and surrounding areas. And at lower levels, the utilisation of bold colour to frame elements within the facade and provide visual stimulation to passing pedestrians,” said Colin Burley and Mark Thompson of ML Design.
Canvas residents can enjoy the residents-only Sky Garden on level 11, designed by
Lat 27 Landscape Architects to draw on the creative energy of the locality and provide a highly sculptural cityscape experience.
With expansive views towards the city, Brisbane River and across to the mountain ranges, the terrace has access to a fully equipped multi-purpose room, BBQ facilities, garden lounging and poolside entertaining.
With the development already 70 percent sold, interest is expected to continue from investors and first homebuyers alike.
Completion of Canvas is expected by mid 2014.