Oaks Felix Apartments
26 Felix Street, Brisbane City
FELIX introduces a bold new level of style and sophistication into a sterile Brisbane apartment market. Geoffrey Parker's dramatic architecture and classic interior designs, complimented by its irreplaceable CBD location, guarantees that FELIX will become a timeless inner-city residential landmark.
FELIX's distinctive curved facade with extensive use of floor to ceiling glass allows for spectacular views of the Brisbane River, Kangaroo Point, The Botanical Gardens and the city. The single tower building will include 253 one, two and three bedroom apartments over 40 levels.
Architectural statements such as double storey apartments and sub-penthouses will ensure FELIX is unique amongst Brisbane's inner-city residential developments.
FELIX is located with in "The Golden Triangle" - Brisbane's prestigious financial and restaurant district.
- Inspired 40 level residential tower.
- Full height floor to ceiling curved glass facade to maximise spectacular river, city and botanic garden views.
- Sophisticated 5 star lobby with 3 high speed lifts.
- Innovative one, two and three bedroom double storey air conditioned apartments.
- Multi level Skyline Penthouses with breathtaking river and city views.
- 20 m heated lap pool, spa and BBQ facilities with sun deck.
- Gymnasium, sauna, club room and theatre room.
- 6 levels of secure carparking for residents and visitors.
- Ground floor cosmopolitan Cafi/restaurant and shops.
- On site Resident Manager
- Personal concierge service provided by management - dry cleaning, groceries etc.
- Visitor parking.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION.
Located within Brisbane's prestigious financial and restaurant precinct, FELIX will be the new residential landmark amongst Brisbane's premier office buildings, famous restaurants, night clubs and riverside attractions.
Brisbane's number one office tower, Waterfront Place, and The Brisbane Polo Club are directly across the road. The culinary delights of Il Centro, Pier Nine, Cha Cha Char, Michael's Riverside Restaurant, the Sunday Riverside Markets and the late-night bars on Eagle Street Pier are a minute away on the river promenade. The five Star Stamford Plaza Hotel is just metres away.
The Queensland University of Technology is just a quiet stroll through the Botanic Gardens. South Bank, New Farm, and The University of Queensland are only minutes away via the high speed City Cat Ferry Terminal at the Riverside Centre - only 250 metres from FELIX.
SHARE IN THE INVESTMENT RETURNS
As the Sydney and Melbourne markets show signs of peaking, many investors are looking for fresh opportunities. The Brisbane CBD is fast becoming the preferred option.
A sharp upturn in inner city apartments sales over the past six months is evidence that the trend is building. The cause of this demand is threefold: interstate migration, interstate & local investment and Brisbane residents' desire to live in the city. As a result of these three drivers, respected property researchers such as Matusik Property Insights and BIS Shrapnel predict that Brisbane will be the new hotspot.Â
BRISBANE SET TO BOOM
All economic and lifestyle indicators point to quality residential apartments in the Brisbane CBD being the next boom investment. The nation's top analysts and forecasters (see below) are predicting that Brisbane is experiencing the strongest and most prolonged growth seen in the city since the early 1990's.
WHAT ARE THE EXPERTS PREDICTING?
"Prices in south eastern Queensland are forecast to rise between 30 and 40% between 2003 and 2006."
"This sector offers real opportunities - get set in a weak market for a strong boom post 2002. "
BIS SHRAPNEL - MAY 2001
"The Brisbane CBD receives a 90% MPI Investment rating, indicating that the area, in our opinion, is an excellent residential investment area."
"Within Brisbane, the CBD commands a 70% premium in rent over other inner city locations and despite new supply, rents are on the increase."
MATUSIK PROPERTY INSIGHTS - MAY 2001
"This growth is characterised by an undersupply of quality apartments, increased levels of interstate migration, historically low interest rates and a continuing move back into the city."
"Independent experts have stated that the Sydney and Melbourne markets have peaked and that Brisbane, which has missed out on the growth that the southern markets have enjoyed, is Australia's next residential hotspot."
"Brisbane and Queensland residential real estate missed out on the recent price boom enjoyed in the Southern States, but buyers have identified the consequent value in Brisbane and the gap is beginning to close."
MIDWOOD QUEENSLAND INVESTMENT REPORT - MAY 2001
"Over the past 12 months supply levels of Brisbane inner city units have almost halved...this is the lowest supply of units in 5 years...we are now in a position of undersupply of new inner city units. "