Sod turned on new boutique unit development

first_imgAn artist impression of the Lume development at Kangaroo Point.“Lume will be a remarkable feature on the Brisbane skyline and, importantly, a new community in Kangaroo Point,” Mr Thornton said. Lume had a very successful launch two years ago, and then underwent a five-month redesign to change the floor plates of the unsold stock to allow buyers to reconfigure the plans as their needs required.“We redesigned to respond to the local downsizer market and also those young families moving into the city but still requiring the functional space of a family home without the maintenance,” Ms Thornton said. An artist impression of the Lume development at Kangaroo Point.THE first sod has been turned at Kangaroo Point’s Lume luxury development.Just a few weeks ago, the turning of the first sod was done by DevCorp managing directors Toni and Murray Thornton.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Rising 13 levels above the historic riverside suburb of Kangaroo Point, Lume features 119 high-end apartments and luxe penthouses.Amenities including a rooftop infinity pool, steam room, fully-equipped gym and restoration zone will be enjoyed by those who live at Lume, and the on-site garden cafe will be a meeting point for locals.last_img read more