Buyers in search of rightsizing.
RIGHTSIZING is driving owner-occupiers to move into apartments, according to developer QUBE.
After seeing families enjoy the parks and play areas at Mason Green, first homebuyers Scott and Irma Cornwall knew the private estate would be the perfect place to bring up their daughter Maja.
It seems first homebuyers are keen to act sooner rather than later if recent apartment sales at Urban on Cambridge are anything to go by.
Developer QUBE reports a run of sales to young buyers getting onto the property ladder, with a number of purchasers doing so with the help of their parents.
The mixed-use projects that have become a feature of the inner-city in recent years are now finding an echo in Perth's outer suburbs, with infrastructure such as Metronet and revised planning frameworks paving the way for local councils to integrate more residential-commercial blended developments.
It is a well-known fact that the quality of public space has a direct impact on our lives and the way we feel. Art has the power to bring variety, energy and life to our public spaces and helps people form a sense that the place they live in- is unique.
We are delighted to announce that Mr Rob Bransby has accepted the role of consulting Chairman of QUBE Property Group Pty Ltd. Rob brings a wealth of commercial, board and strategic experience to QUBE.
Meet & Greet
Keeping it fresh with some new friendly faces
HAMMOND Grove estate is a vibrant, relaxing and friendly place to live according to its first resident, Ngongo Mwanangoi.
An artwork celebrating the life of pioneer settler Matilda Elizabeth Bennett has been installed at the Springs Apartments development in Bennett Springs.
A NEW approach to residential estate design is helping create a culture based on balanced and healthy lifestyle at Hammond Grove.
When you have a growing family, having a larger family home can be a real blessing – big enough to give everyone their own breathing room, with added space for entertaining. But fast-forward to when the kids have flown the nest, and the extra space that was once so useful is now more of a nuisance.
The streets of Subiaco have come alive, thanks to the work of 10 professional artists who are showcasing their work in shop windows around the city centre.
Property group Primewest has called on the State Government to abandon or modify new legislation that it claims will benefit Alcoa and will not allow housing to go ahead at a Hammond Park residential development site.
Subiaco based property development and investment company QUBE unveiled a new look.
Developers say the extension of a buffer around industrial areas near Kwinana has the potential to set a dangerous precedent over the erosion of the rights to develop land.