Property developer Buildcap has revealed plans for its Kangaroo Point site, introducing The Holman, a luxurious 13-apartment project on the banks of the Brisbane River. One of the few remaining slices of land to be developed in this highly coveted location, the project will offer residents uninterrupted views of the Brisbane skyline, Story Bridge and Captain Burke Park.

Designed by WallaceBrice Architecture, The Holman will feature a range of two to three-bedroom house-size apartments with prices starting from $950,000. Buildcap Director Stuart Biggs said the company’s vision is to deliver a luxury project that provides owner-occupiers and investors the ultimate in city lifestyle within a highly desirable community.

“There is nothing of this calibre on the northern edge of the Kangaroo Point Peninsula. This truly is the ideal spot for anyone looking for the perfect fusion of panoramic city vistas and thoughtful, meticulously designed opulence inside. The Holman really is the epitome of cosmopolitan living,” said Buildcap Director, Stuart Biggs.

Set across seven storeys, the design responds to the urban surrounds, showcasing private balconies, patterned brickwork, premium furnishings and integrated landscaping, including a communal roof terrace with plunge pool. Featuring spacious open plan living areas and master bedrooms with ensuite and walk-in-robe, design highlights within each apartment include timber herringbone flooring and custom joinery. All residences will also include integrated Smeg kitchen appliances.

A brief one minute walk to the Holman Street Ferry Terminal, residents will have unbridled access to the Brisbane CBD, as well as a host of Kangaroo Point’s best restaurants, delicatessens, cafes also within walking distance. With extensive multi-residential property experience, the dynamic project team –Buildcap, WallaceBrice Architecture and Clearcon – promises a new benchmark in design and development.

On WallaceBrice, Stuart said it was their comprehensive understanding of multi-residential, luxury developments that saw them selected as project architect. “Multi-residential design is WallaceBrice’s forte, they have an exceptional understanding of how individuals live, work and play, and they exude design excellence. “The way The Holman responds to its local surrounds means this design will undoubtedly stand the test of time and for Kangaroo Point, it is a sleek but monumental design,” said Mr Biggs.

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