Lexington, the highly anticipated next residential release of stage one in West Village launched on Saturday 4th February 2017 at a public event held in both its West End Brisbane and Zetland Sydney display suites.
Lexington, designed by award winning architects Hayball, comprises 192 apartments set within 14 residential levels, was unveiled for the very first time at the events by Sekisui House Australia.
West Village will offer a mix of apartments, townhouses and penthouses which will combine with galleries, boutiques and restaurants set among green laneways, squares and parks.
Apartments start from $398,000 for a one bedroom residence.
Public green spaces fronting both Boundary Street and Mollison Street will draw people into the centre of the village where two heritage ice-cream factory buildings are located.
Lexington offers an opportunity for buyers to cherry pick some of the best apartments that West Village will have to offer. Early bird buyers will be benefit from not just purchasing an exceptional quality apartment, but also an entire way of life within a new lifestyle precinct”.
Mr Andrew Thompson, Project Director at Sekisui House said “West Village is going to create one of the most exciting destinations in Brisbane. It has a unique winning formula to create a new mixed use precinct in an A-grade city location. It’s in a highly desirable location just one kilometre from the CBD and will contain a world-class retail hub focused on amazing fashion, food and entertainment that will enhance the already vibrant Boundary Street precinct of West End”.
West Village will feature elegant residential apartments layered amongst public art and culture, dotted by heritage buildings and parks, with sophisticated dining and bars inspired by international destinations.
West Village is a 2.6-hectare global urban village featuring nine contemporary apartment buildings and is currently Brisbane’s most significant urban renewal project. It is located 1 kilometre from Brisbane’s CBD and a five minute walk to the Southbank Cultural Precinct. The site is bound by Mollison Street, Boundary Street, Wilson Street and Little Jane Street, West End, QLD 4101.
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