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West Village Precinct brings 1,250 apartments and Woolworths to West End

By Luke O'Kelly

The West Village Precinct, located in the heart of West End, offers a space where community meets lifestyle, health, and wellbeing. The complex already boasts an unparalleled attentiveness towards environmental consciousness and maintaining the integrity of the historic buildings.

One of the most exciting residential buildings within the precinct is ‘Sekisui House’s’; ALTURA. The building will provide 22 storeys of 156 luxury residences.   Further, ALTURA will feature top level townhouses, consisting of four bedroom and exclusive city views. Despite the delays due to COVID-19, the complex is still expected to have completed construction in early 2023.

‘Arcadia’ which is move-in ready, features only 53  luxury 1,2 and 3 boutique apartments, all with views of the Brisbane CBD. Arcadia Residences are generously proportioned and inspired by nature, designed in collaboration with iconic Australian creatives Akira Isogawa and SJB Interiors.

The whole of West Village will grant 6,500m2 or 30% of space dedicated to public use, where spaces are assigned for retail, work, dining, entertainment, and commercial use. So far, a full-sized Woolworths, Goodlife Gym and new Metro Art Gallery space have been confirmed.

West Village Precinct will feature up to 1,250 apartments (mix of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms apartments and townhomes) over seven contemporary apartment buildings; up to 18,500sqm of non-residential mixed use retail, work & dining, along with, 450 space commercial car parks (in addition to residential and visitor parking) and 1,600 bicycle parking spaces and end-of-trip facilities.

Sekisui House has been building sustainable and innovative communities for decades… ‘The Common’ will be an expansive, landscape green space fronting Boundary Street. This space and building embraces and reflects their philosophy of Satoyama, which means ‘Ribbons of Green’.

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