Book your first look at this amazing new residential precinct in West End


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Artists' rendering. Photo: Supplied

New residential tower Altura will bring over 150 new luxury residences to the West Village precinct in Brisbane’s West End, and you can get a first look this weekend.

The West Village is a $1.1billion dollar precinct, created by residential development company Sekisui House Australia.

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The heritage-listed former Peters Ice Cream factories are at the centre of the precinct, which brings together residences, commercial and retail spaces, and open parklands and heritage laneways.

The 22-storey Altura tower will begin construction later this year. The tower will be the tallest within the West Village, boasting 156 luxury residences.

The building will also include sky garden, rooftop infinity edge and podium level pools and resident dining and cinema rooms.

Altura will also boast top level “sky homes”, featuring four sizeable bedrooms and uninterrupted city views.

The tower will also integrate smart home technology as well as environmental features including solar panels and grey water recycling.

Located on Little Jane Street, West End, Altura residents will have access to health and leisure facilities, several expansive green spaces and parklands, 35 retailers, fresh food markets, and medical facilities.

Brisbane’s Christie and Co Property Group are hosting an exclusive pre-launch event this Saturday (June 5) from 3-5pm. They can give prospective buyers a first look and also advance buying information about Altura.

Places are limited, so be quick. Contact Ryan from Christie and Co on 0420 708 888 to RSVP.

See more from Christie and Co Property Group at their website here.

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