Newstead ticks all the boxes for successful investment, specifically population, infrastructure and employment. In terms of infrastructure and transport, $8 billion dollars is currently being spent, while a further $2 billion was poured into the Newstead Riverpark project. With white collar employment growth expected to drive residential demand, and a projected 103,700 new jobs forecast by 2031, it is little wonder then that:

  • New apartments in Newstead are showing rental premiums of around 31 per cent over the postcode median rent
  • Newstead Catchment has shown 20.7 per cent grown in the median apartment price over 2013
  • Newstead's median apartment sale price has increased by over 20% in 2012/13, and
  • Median apartment prices are 61 per cent higher than the Brisbane LGA

A smart investment

Approximately 15% of Newstead residents attend an educational facility. This means that Newstead Towers is well positioned to cater for this exponentially growing market. Within a 5km radius there are a host of top schools including:

  • All Hallows
  • Brisbane State High
  • St James College
  • Gregory Terrace (St Joseph's College)
  • St Laurence's
  • Brisbane Grammar
  • Brisbane Girls Grammar
  • Somerville House.

Being so well served by transport, it is also highly accessible to University of Queensland, QUT (Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove), Queensland Conservatorium, and South Bank TAFE.

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