With a character and heritage all its own, modern-day West End is one of the city’s most popular urban quarters. Always famed for its diverse cultures and charm, it’s now home to families, tertiary students and affluent professionals. They’re drawn to an edgy mix of artistic and quirky elements, from boutiques to antiques, designer and retro clothes shops, great coffee, book and record stores, a vivid nightlife and music scene.
In perfect position to enjoy it all is The One, West End. Sixty-one contemporary open plan apartments, spacious and wonderfully liveable, with intelligent open plan design that makes the most of commanding views.
Every one and two bedroom apartment in this architecturally inspired development is an oasis of privacy in an ever-busy world.
Modern materials and superior finishes create an aura of clean-lined style and easy-living comfort. Living areas interact with kitchen and the dining spaces, generous balconies provide additional areas to entertain or simply relax and unwind. And to drink in spectacular skyline views.
Sophisticated design credentials are shown in the selection of premier appliances for the kitchen and natural stone floor tiles. Bathrooms are sleek relaxation zones. Residents also have the advantage of three levels of secure basement parking. With realistic entry level prices, up-to-the-minute design and space to spare, apartments at The One bring smart city fringe living up to new levels.
At the centre of the non-stop world of West End, The One is where you want to be.
It’s an easy saunter to the up-and-coming culinary hub of Montague Road, and the hearty bistro food of London Fields. Right next door is The Stores, a foodie haven with a temperature-controlled cheese room, gourmet meats, fresh produce and more. Mappin’s Nursery and Aquarium, a magnet for the urban green thumb, is a real nursery just around the corner.
A block away in Hardgrave Road, the flavours are pan-Asian at Quan Thanh, Japanese at Mizu, Chinese and Vietnamese at Sing Sing. Nearby Fish Lane is the hottest drinking and dining laneway.
Taking advantage of its location in a quiet street leading down to the river, residents at The One can start the day with an early morning walk in the park. Car, pedestrian and cycle bridges link with the city heart, and there’s excellent train, bus and ferry services. Locals walk and cycle the riverside pathways, or head to South Bank and the cultural precinct for theatre, movies, the Gallery of Modern Art and a who’s who of cuisines.
West End’s proximity to employment and education nodes, coupled with investment in infrastructure and community facilities, are key drivers for its high-demand residential property market.
West End’s population is forecast to grow approximately 179% by 2036, fuelling the demand for new dwellings
Vacancy rates for new apartments are 2.2%
Tenants are predicted to be 5 years younger than the Brisbane average, earn more and occupy key managerial and professional positions
Capital growth location with shopping and lifestyle close by
In the 2016 census, 62.8% of dwellings were one and two bedroom households
The current workforce of 22,750 is predicted to more than double within the next 15 years
Over 1400 businesses are providing jobs within the four major employment nodes: Mater Hill Medical Precinct, South Bank/Little Stanley Street Precinct, Cultural Precinct and Commercial Precinct
Over 72,000 students attend tertiary institutions within 15 minutes of West End
Located within catchment zone Brisbane State High School (one of the city’s best public high schools)
Infrastructure such as Kurilpa Riverfront Renewal Plan
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- Air Conditioning
- Split-System Air Conditioning
- Split-System Heating
- Outdoor Entertainment Area
- Remote Garage
- Secure Parking
- Swimming Pool - Above Ground
- Broadband Internet Available
- Built-in Wardrobes
- Pay TV Access
- Grey Water System