A Westwood developer is proposing to build five luxury high-rise apartments on the former Fox Run property on the north shore of Newport.
Key points:The developer says the new developments will be a “great way to add to the town’s character”A developer from Fox Run said it had “never been a good time” for a new apartment developmentThere is an appeal process that could see the developers lose the application.
The developer, Robert Foulkes, is the co-founder of developer, Westwood, and a member of the Queensland Government’s Housing Advisory Council.
Mr Foulke said the proposed developments would be a great way to “create a community in a unique setting”.
“We have been involved in planning, construction, and design for over 40 years,” he said.
“It is a great time to invest in our community and we feel the development will provide us with a unique and unique environment to build.”
Mr Fotkes said the developer would start work in late 2018, but it was too early to confirm the estimated construction date.
He said the development would add $4 million to the cost of a unit.
“The development will have a community feel and a strong social element to it,” he added.
“We are aiming to have all the amenities including a fully equipped community gymnasium, gym, tennis courts, a swimming pool, bike storage, a car park, a laundry, and an on-site restaurant.”
All of the facilities will be designed to provide a comfortable and secure environment for our residents.
“Mr Faureks said the project was “not yet a completed project” and the planning application was still being reviewed.”
Our goal is to complete the development by late 2018 or early 2019,” he wrote.
The development site, which includes the Fox Run estate, is at the northern end of Westwood’s Westwood property in Newport, north of Brisbane.
The new developments would cost about $4.8 million each, with the developer seeking an investment of $6.5 million.
They would be on top of a proposed new high-end apartment development that was completed at the former East Westwood complex in 2016.
The project was designed to create a community atmosphere in an urban environment.
Mr Faurerks said he was “very excited” about the proposed development, and would “do everything I can to make sure it happens”.”
I want to build the best apartments in the world and to build a community of people that are passionate about their city, their community, their neighbourhood and their place,” he explained.”
This is a very unique opportunity and we have been very fortunate to work with such a strong group of developers to make this happen.
“He said there was an appeal hearing that would see the developer lose the appeal process.”
If the applicant loses the appeal, the application will be dismissed and the property will be put to auction,” he continued.”
However, we are hoping to win this appeal and that is why we are appealing the appeal.
“He would not elaborate on what the appeals process would entail, but said he hoped the developer could win.