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Place Projects APARTMENT Magazine Autumn 19

Saturday March 9, 2019 ● By Joe La Spina // Place Estate Agents

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Place Projects recently released their 6th Issue of APARTMENT - a quarterly publication that recaps the past three months of Brisbane development.

Filled with industry insight and popular property and lifestyle related content, we summarise the Autumn Edition 2019.

In this autumn edition of Apartment Magazine, we take a look at the opportunities that lie ahead in Brisbane’s rapidly changing property market.

We also look at Brisbane’s best schools and how they are impacting property prices, and we look at some of the coolest new ways you can get around Brisbane if you don’t want to drive.

After an arduous 14 months in the making, this edition showcases the Royal Commission’s Investigation into the Financial Services Sector, overseeing the delivery of 76 recommendations directly to the Governor General in light of the unethical behaviour within the sector. APARTMENT Magazine effectively highlights what you’ll need to know for the impending changes to the industry.

Get to know our industry-leading PROJECTOR — a tailored report designed to provide insights into the ever-charging property market and its latest movements.

With $126 million worth of apartment sales reported for the December quarter of 2018, Place Advisory delves into Brisbane’s apartment transformation, breaking down the market’s high-rise, mid-rise and low-rise apartments to highlight exactly what’s happening around you.

Following on from the topic of considerable transformation, Bowen Hills continues its joinery on the healthy road of regeneration, quickly becoming the area of choice for renters and exciting new retailers. Place Advisory talks about this area’s growth in new office space, responsible for the suburb’s rank as one of the top employment growth areas in Brisbane.

“A market which has seen relatively no growth through the past 10 years is set to benefit from the largest increases in population growth seen in over 5 years.”

This bold statement underpins the Brisbane’s real estate market, perspectively on the brink of change. This issue takes a step into this city’s vastly bright future for the period ahead, and where you stand amid its rapidly changing landscape.

Whether you’re heavily invested in property development, or simply wish to know where the market lies, you needn’t look elsewhere to bring yourself up to speed on the current affairs of Brisbane’s apartment activity. To dive right in, click here to view the latest issue.

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