Award-winning apartment developer Kokoda Property has unveiled the company’s latest Brisbane project — Ruby Ruby — an exclusive collection of 144 architecturally-designed apartments across a 21-storey multi-residential building that will be located at 12-18 Crombie Street.
The new project will offer two and three-bedroom luxury apartments ranging in size from 65 square-metres to 155 square-metres, priced between $650,000 to $2,495,000.
The Ruby Ruby Penthouse Collection is an exclusive selection of eight penthouses comprising six sub penthouses and two master penthouses with size ranging from 188 square-metres to 392 square metres — with a starting price of $3,750,000.
Kokoda Property has collaborated with architectural company Cottee Parker as well as architecture and interior design studio Carr Design Group for this project.
The team has carefully considered the inclusion of extra, premium amenities, meaning that Ruby Ruby residents will have access to an array of exceptional recreational facilities, designed to enhance their lifestyles. This will include:
- a large rooftop infinity pool with a carefully landscaped BBQ space and deck
- floating daybeds and cabanas
- a fire pit
- an elegant private dining and bar
- a state-of-the-art private cinema lounge
- a billiards room
- versatile meeting rooms
- dog wash — with a rejuvenating health and wellness space with sauna
- a spa
- a plunge pool
- a yoga studio
- a fully-equipped gym
The outdoor dining areas and tiered planter beds promises to foster a sense of connection between the public and the precinct for the Milton locale.
Founder and Managing Director of Kokoda Property Mark Stevens said Brisbane is rapidly transforming into a new world city that is focused on its culture, business centre, technology and lifestyle — with over $40 billion worth of infrastructure investments planned.
Stevens continued stating that Ruby Ruby will greatly elevate the area and add to the diverse precinct of Milton.
Cottee Parker has drawn inspiration from Milton’s rich history of its once thriving cotton production industry, as the architectural design utilises natural materials and incorporates elements similar to woven textures, as well as lightweight and flowing forms.