first_img The Pradella Group’s $144 million SkyNeedle development in South Brisbane. Halo Residences.Pradella director Kim Pradella said Halo would soon be home to some of the most remarkable residences and exclusive retreat amenities created in South Brisbane.Halo Residences’ crowning glory will be the residents-only rooftop Skylounge. As one of the most spectacular residential leisure zones offered in South Brisbane, the sophisticated retreat will include panoramic city skyline views, a private dining room with courtyard terrace, functional kitchen and bar, sumptuous reflection pond and waterscaped gardens, plus a modern wellness centre with a pilates studio, yoga lawn and steam room. Halo Residences is the luxurious, highly-anticipated second tower within The Pradella Group’s $144 million SkyNeedle development in South Brisbane.A stunning collection of premier one, two and three-bedroom residences and city skyhomes are the perfect purchase for owner-occupiers wanting a luxury lifestyle. Halo Residences is the luxurious, highly-anticipated second tower within The Pradella Group’s $144 million SkyNeedle development in South Brisbane.The premium 123 residence tower will become a landmark in the skyline, curving around the 88m SkyNeedle pillar, known and beloved as the sculptural symbol of Brisbane’s World Expo ’88. Halo Residences at South Brisbane is all about luxury living.Residents will enjoy access to the podium resort-style facilities including large lagoon pool and sun deck, tropical landscaped entertainment area, barbecue facilities and alfresco dining spaces, as well as a private movie theatre and exclusive meeting rooms.Designed as places of luxurious escape and serenity, the superbly appointed residences include fully-ducted airconditioning, 2.7m ceilings with full height glazing, recessed LED downlights, tiled or timber flooring, large entertainer’s kitchens with 40mm stone benchtops and stylish European appliances, along with generous sized balconies.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago The Pradella Group’s $144 million SkyNeedle development in South Brisbane is a landmark development.Prices start from $439,000 for a one-bedroom plus study residence, $555,000 for two bedrooms plus two bathrooms, $890,000 for three bedrooms and $1,535,000 for the 187sq m Premier Collection Skyhomes which feature three bedrooms, two bathrooms plus powder room, multipurpose room, wine cellar, three car spaces and panoramic city views.The most expensive Skyhome is on level 12, priced at $1,590,000.Construction for the Halo residential tower is anticipated for the first quarter of 2020 with completion expected early 2021. More real estate news via the Courier Mail Real Estate Facebook pag e.last_img

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