The final apartments in the recently completed Ivy and Eve development in South Brisbane are now selling, as the first residents settle into their new homes. Constructed by Hutchinson Builders, Ivy and Eve has a limited selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments available for immediate settlement and priced from $407,500. A steady stream of residents have been moving into their new apartments over the past few weeks, while rental demand is outstripping availability due to the desirable location, views and lifestyle elements on offer at Ivy and Eve. Developed by a Joint Venture Consortium of ASX listed Abacus Property Group, local developer KPG Capital and Singapore’s leading property pioneer CDL, the 476 unit twin tower project has set a new benchmark for South Brisbane with unprecedented resident amenities and lush cascading greenery.
Abacus Property Group Development Director John Bush said the project appealed to owner occupiers, investors and tenants because of its Merivale Street location in the heart of South Brisbane. “Ivy and Eve is a genuine new landmark for this popular and fast growing inner Brisbane location,” Mr Bush said. “Residents are consistently surprised by the quality of the city, river and mountain views on offer from each apartment’s floor-to-ceiling windows and outdoor living areas. The recreation deck and sheer number of different resort-style spaces at Ivy and Eve have also been key drivers of demand since the project’s launch. We are pleased to make available a final release of apartments that are now fully completed and available for new residents to move in straight away.”
Ivy and Eve consists of twin 30 storey towers joined at a podium deck level, featuring a suspended pool, heated spa, sun deck, gymnasium, yoga room and outdoor cinema. Other resident-only facilities include a beach house, private dining and games room, barbecue areas with pizza oven and a purpose built Japanese-style teppanyaki bar. A new onsite café will also be opening soon. Ivy and Eve is located with easy walking distance of South Bank, the CBD, West End and Brisbane’s best cultural and entertainment precincts, including Fish Lane.
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