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Sales Soar Away
Courier Mail / Jul 30, 2011

Apartment Sales Soar Away

THE upper floors of The Milton are proving popular, with more than $17.9 million in off-the-plan sales achieved for apartments on the top 10 levels of the complex. The higher levels of the 30-floor… read more

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Growth Location on City Fringe
Courier Mail / Jul 16, 2011

Growth Location on City Fringe

Popular with buyers for its prime location in a growth area, The Milton is ideal for those wanting to take advantage of the only major off-the-plan property development in the inner-west.  Just two… read more

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Transport Drives Housing Market
Insider / Jul 16, 2011

LAST week we discussed the Queensland Building Boost and its potential appeal, especially for first-home buyers. This week we examine a pertinent downside to the boost – the way in which it will be funded and… read more

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Live the High Life at The Milton
Stratalive / Jul 1, 2011

Premium apartments on the upper levels of The Milton are achieving in excess of $900,000, as buyers look for a prime position at the top of what will be the first residential address above 10 levels in the sought… read more

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Enjoy the Best of Both Worlds
Courier Mail / May 21, 2011

Enjoy the Best of Both Worlds

IMAGINE living close to the Brisbane CBD, near public transport, shops, restaurants and yet still having access to an abundance of green space. As the only major apartment development selling off-the-plan… read more

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Parkland Plan Impact
West Side News Paddington / Apr 27, 2011

BRISBANE City Council's plans to turn the old Milton Tennis Centre into 3.5ha of parkland will reduce the future supply of new apartments in the suburb and increase the "scarcity value" of stock, said Matusik… read more

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Parkland Plans to Benefit Brisbane's West
Queensland Business Review / Apr 15, 2011

Plans to transform Brisbane's old Milton Tennis Centre into parkland will benefit a new 30-level apartment block set to begin construction later this year, according to a leading property developer.  Matusik… read more

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Transport Drives Housing Market
Courier Mail / Apr 15, 2011

Mobility An Attraction For Home Buyers

Being close to a bus route or train line is becoming critical, writes property editor Michelle Hele.  With the rising cost of fuel and concerns… read more

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