Saving The Best For Last: Mon Komo Releases Final Penthouse


The final luxury penthouse has been released for sale at the $150 million Mon Komo mixed-use development in Redcliffe, as the residential tower approaches sell-out with just 17 apartments remaining for sale.

Kyko Group’s Mon Komo development incorporates:

  • A residential apartment tower,
  • A 4.5 star investment apartment tower,
  • Resort style recreational facilities including gymnasiums and swimming pools,
  • Boutique retail, such as the beautiful and atmospheric studio of renowned Artist Jo St Baker
  • The Mon Komo Hotel, with function rooms for corporate or social events, restaurant and bars.
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    The penthouse consists of a master suite with ensuite, large private balcony with an additional two bedrooms, a main bathroom plus guest powder room, a multi-purpose room, three car spaces plus storage in the secure basement area and an expansive entertainer’s balcony.

    Mon Komo Marketing Manager and TOTAL Property Group Managing Director Adrian Parsons said from both a financial and lifestyle viewpoint the release of this final penthouse offers the perfect opportunity for a discerning buyer who is seeking a penthouse lifestyle.

    “The latest penthouse and apartment sales signifies a shift in the prestige market, with strong demand for unique oceanfront lifestyle properties close to Brisbane.

    Mr Parsons said Mon Komo caters for buyers seeking the best and most luxurious waterfront living options.

    “The Mon Komo residential tower offers the ultimate in apartment living, with the remaining 17 apartments including a selection of layouts from up to three bedrooms plus study (247m2) configurations,” he said.

    “Our remaining apartment stock consists of three-bedroom two-bathroom apartments priced from $595,000, two-bedroom two-bathroom apartments priced from $695,000 and one-bedroom one-bathroom apartments priced from $355,000.”

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    Kyko Group Director Bill Jenkings said the location and design of Mon Komo were carefully selected to deliver the greatest potential for strong capital gains over time.

    “There has been a positive shift in the prestige market and as a result we have decided to release the final penthouse and begin wrapping up this development,” he said.

    “Mon Komo offers some of the only new prestige oceanfront residential and investment apartments in the idyllic location of Redcliffe, situated far enough away from the city to feel like you are on a permanent holiday but close enough to allow an easy daily commute.

    “The penthouse and residential apartments offer a great opportunity to make a lifestyle investment in this seaside haven, with a variety of restaurants, cafes and shops all within walking distance of Mon Komo and an award-winning hotel located on site.

    “Australians love coastal living and the Redcliffe esplanade presented the perfect location for us to build an oceanfront two-tower mixed-use development incorporating a hotel in a lifestyle destination close to the Brisbane CBD plus Brisbane’s domestic and international airports.

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    “Our vision was to create luxury lifestyle apartments with the highest quality of design and building principles to attract investors and sea-changers looking for prestige oceanfront properties and Mon Komo has been very well accepted in the market place, with initial strong buyer interest intensifying as the residential tower approaches sell-out.”

    Situated at 99 Marine Parade, Redcliffe, Mon Komo is easily accessible to major urban environments being just 35 minutes’ drive to Brisbane’s CBD and 25 minutes from Brisbane’s domestic and international airport, with the new $1.15 billion dual-track rail link connecting the Redcliffe Peninsula to the Brisbane CBD currently under construction.

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