Evoke by Mosaic boasts sixty luxury apartments nestled in northern Brisbane Chermside, within minutes of the area’s health, transport and lifestyle precincts.
November 25th, 2015
The Brisbane suburb of Chermside’s evolution into an employment, infrastructure and transport hub has been a rapid and exciting thing to see, but such a hub needs equally exciting residential presence.
It’s following this that Mosaic Property Group launch Evoke by Mosaic. Currently under construction, the residential hub answers the increasing employment, retail and lifestyle opportunities in the suburb.
“Chermside has been identified as a key area for employment growth in South East Queensland, expected to generate over 6,700 additional jobs in the retail, government, health and community service sectors between 2011 and 2031,” says Mosaic Property Group’s Managing Director, Brook Monahan.
“Evoke by Mosaic offers high-quality apartments that are 15-20 per cent larger than the average apartment in Chermside, with unmatched panoramic views of the city, surrounding suburbs and Moreton Bay, bespoke designer kitchens, open plan living areas, as well as an exclusive roof top sky garden with built-in BBQ’s and entertainment zones.”
With apartments ranging from one to three bedrooms in size, each home exudes an understated urban elegance, yet boasts luxurious design features and finishes – and with the area’s population expected to grow by three percent a year over the next two decades, a place like Evoke by Mosaic is just what the suburb needs.
Construction of Evoke is currently underway.
Mosaic Property Group
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