The Monarch Residences in Toowong, Brisbane, launches to the public.

Monarch Residences view to Brisbane City.
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The Monarch Residences in Toowong, Brisbane, is a luxurious residential development that offers unparalleled views of the city and the Brisbane River. Located in the leafy suburb of Toowong, just five kilometers from the CBD, this development boasts a prime location that offers the perfect balance between city living and a peaceful suburban lifestyle. The project reached a milestone recently with the sales display launching to the public on the 15th of March 2023.

Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner was on hand to launch the Monarch Residences.
`Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner was on hand to launch the Monarch Residences.

The Monarch Residences comprise two towers, each with 25 levels, and offer a range of apartments, from one to four bedrooms. The apartments are spacious, modern, and elegantly designed with high-quality finishes and fixtures. Each apartment is fitted with top-of-the-line appliances and boasts large balconies that provide residents with stunning views of the surrounding area.

The Monarch Residences offer a range of amenities to its residents, including a rooftop infinity pool, gym, sauna, and barbecue area. The rooftop area provides breathtaking views of the city skyline and the Brisbane River, making it the perfect place to unwind and relax after a long day.

The development also offers a 24-hour concierge service, secure parking, and access to high-speed internet. The building is equipped with the latest security features, including CCTV cameras and key card access, ensuring that residents feel safe and secure at all times.

Monarch from the Brisbane River View
Monarch from the Brisbane River View
Monarch Bedroom Render South to St Lucia
Monarch Bedroom Render South to St Lucia
Monarch Residences Internal Render
Monarch Residences Internal Render
Monarch Residences Rooftop
Monarch Residences Rooftop

Consolidated Properties Group chairman and CEO Don O’Rorke stated the Monarch Residences would set a new benchmark for luxury apartment living in Brisbane’s inner westert corridor on a very rare riverfront site in the city.

“The launch of the sales display coupled with the imminent start of construction represents a vote of confidence in the Brisbane property market” Mr O’Rorke said.

“Buyers are telling us they haven’t seen anything like Monarch Residences in the market, which is why we’ve had such strong interest so far especially from locals.”

“Monarch Residences boasts a north-facing 1.2ha site with 130 metres of river frontage and breathtaking views from St Lucia to Mt Coot-Tha. Proximity to Toowong Village and multiple transport options to the CBD enhances the conveniences. Monarch Residences is a highly anticipated development and we are proud to share it with you”

Consolidated Properties Group chairman and CEO Don O’Rorke
Consolidated Properties Group chairman and CEO Don O’Rorke

One of the standout features of the Monarch Residences is its location. The development is located in the heart of Toowong, just a short walk from Toowong Village, which offers a range of retail stores, cafes, and restaurants. It is also close to the University of Queensland and is well-connected to the rest of the city via public transport.

Cottee Parker architects will deliver the design and plans for the project, with Hutchinsons Bulders signing on to head up construction on one of the most significant development projects Brisbane has seen since Queens Wharf’s launch.

The Monarch Residences is the perfect choice for those looking for a luxurious lifestyle in a prime location. Whether you are a young professional, a couple, or a family, the development offers something for everyone. With its stunning views, top-of-the-line amenities, and prime location, the Monarch Residences is a true gem in Brisbane’s property market.

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