Brisbane IR to begin selling apartments in 2019

The $3 billion development on the Queen’s Wharf in Brisbane will begin selling apartments related to the project in the 2019 financial year, local media reports.

The IR is a venture between Star Entertainment and Asian investors including Far East Consortium.

It is expected that the Queen’s Wharf apartments will launch on to the market after a lull in high-rise development in the city ­centre.

Queen’s Wharf development will have three residential towers, comprising about 2000 apartments, spread across the 13ha riverside casino and leisure precinct.

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