- Silk is the most significant project in Woolloongabba's recent history – and not simply due to its sheer size or location opposite the Gabba. Rather, the overall vision, is to merge cutting edge residential, commercial and retail spaces in an address that offers residents a level of amenity entirely unique to the Brisbane region.
- Silk One will set the tone for this groundbreaking precinct, as the first of its three exciting stages. Comprising 177 one, two and three bedroom apartments, the best residents' facilities will be incorporated, including a stunning rooftop recreation deck, above ground secure car parking, office and retail space.
- Designed by Nettleton Tribe Architects, Silk One's architectural scheme draws inspiration from the angular shapes of metal structure and cables incorporated in The Gabba's facade. This aesthetic is further echoed in the integration of industrial style brass accents. It's attention to little details like this that have been designed to forever set Silk One apart as a true icon and ensure its timeless appeal.
- Silk One is located in a beautiful location, convenient for transporting and easily access to utilities of the area.
- 280m to Coles Supermarket
- 250m to Bus Station and Cross River Rail
- 980m to Mater Hospital
- 1km to Raymond Park and Dog Park
- 1.3km to Brisbane CBD
- 1.4km to QUT University and Griffith University
- East Brisbane & Coorparoo School Catchment Zone
- 1.5km to Queens Wharf Development Site
- There are a lot of amenities in the project, including:
- Swimming pool
- Gym Center
- Parking zone
Southlake Group started investing in real estate projects in 2010. From quality apartments and residential communities to property investment, leasing and sales, Southlake Group is a diverse and highly resourced company. Harnessing the power of international investors, the company is committed to developing landmark projects in key locations across Australia.
Queensland is the second-largest and third-most populous state in the Commonwealth of Australia. As of 15 May 2018, Queensland had a population of 5,000,000, concentrated along the coast and particularly in the state's South East. The capital and largest city in the state is Brisbane, Australia's third-largest city.