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Development Specifics

Innovative mixed-use development - created to encourage ambient community pulse

  • 100 residential apartment's total, 10 floors, 10 apartments per floor
  • 20 - 3 bed / 2 bath apartments
  • 20 - 2 bed / 2 bath + Multipurpose area
  • 40 - 2 bed / 2 bath
  • 10 - 1 bed / 1 bath + study apartments
  • 10 - 1 bed / 1 bath apartments
  • All 3 bed apartments have 2 secure car parks
  • All 1 and 2 bed apartments have 1 secure car park
  • All apartment kitchens come fitted with gas cook top, range hood, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher and energy/water efficient fittings
  • Each laundry comes equipped with energy rated & water efficient appliances
  • Architect designed to meet with Australian climate with effective natural lighting/shade
  • Strategically placed sun screening has also been installed to reduce need for air conditioning
  • All apartments have very large balcony space
  • All apartments have excellent views
  • Twin high speed elevators servicing all floors

Development Facilities

El Dorado Village is all about lifestyle and convenience

With its city fringe location and proximity to city rail and bus services combined with quality entertainment and retail precincts, El Dorado Village offers an enviable lifestyle. El Dorado Village is an innovative mixed-use development, designed & created as an ambient village environment promoting vibrant community pulse.

All these elements combined with a variety of onsite facilities (exclusive to residents) will see El Dorado Village become the new cultural epicentre for Indooroopilly and Brisbane's inner west corridor.

    El Dorado Village facilities:

  • El Dorado Cinema Complex
  • Wide Variety of restaurants, café's, bars
  • Newsagency, shops, fashion boutiques
  • Community gym facility - exclusive to residents
  • Community function room facilities - onsite
  • Community BBQ and recreation terrace - exclusive to residents and guest
  • Village pool and lap pool - exclusive to residents and guests
  • Ambient village like environment, community pulse

All of these specific development features and facilities add value and afford El Dorado Village substance as a development, which will in turn promote sustained capital growth and strong above market rental returns. Convenient community facilities allow tangible difference when marketing your investment property for rental tenancy. Location, views, mixed-use community facilities and close proximity to services and educational institutions will ensure investment growth and strong asset performance. El Dorado Village is a quality development offering discerning point of difference; lifestyle, location, pulse...

Mixed-use Development Benefits

Further supporting El Dorado's investment potential is the growing trend in urban residential development that has proven highly desirable with residents called "mixed-use" development.

Mixed-use developments recognize the important relationship between residential accommodation, convenience services and recreational facilities such as shops, cafés, entertainment and transport. The result of this type of development is a mini community delivering convenience in a lively, social atmosphere.

El Dorado Village has embraced this philosophy by creating a dynamic precinct of residential, office, retail, cinema and restaurant convenience.

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Local Services

El Dorado Village, with its convenient location, offers all the local services & amenities you'd expect including:

Public transport, with City Rail (Indooroopilly station across Coonan St.), Bus transit with a major exchange 450 metres away.

There are 14 schools within a 5km radius; the famous University of Queensland is a leisurely 5 minutes away in neighboring St Lucia.

There is a 24 hour medical centre, hospitals, churches, many sporting fields, parks and reserves within a 2-5km radius.

To further reinforce investment credential Indooroopilly Shopping Centre (a major inner west shopping hub) containing Australia Post, RACQ, all the big financial institutions as well as all the trappings that come with retail therapy is only 1 block or 5 mins stroll away.

Indooroopilly Community & Commercial Info

The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) profiles* Indooroopilly as:

"Indooroopilly's central position, thriving commercial, office and retail sector and proximity to the CBD and University of Queensland have promoted a recent surge in population and supported new residential apartment developments.

Popular with many Brisbane professionals, as well as a strong element of university students from nearby University of Queensland (UQ), this riverside suburb has recorded significant gain in house prices, especially over the past three years.

The commercial and shopping area near the railway station has in recent years been fully made over which makes for an attractive precinct for nightlife and a vibrant street café scene."

* Source: REIQ

Indooroopilly also boasts one of the largest shopping centres in Brisbane including a number of major retailers such as Myer, Target and K-Mart as well as over 250 specialty outlets. As an entertainment hub the suburb also offers a wide range of quality restaurants, a vibrant café scene and cinemas.

A number of educational facilities are close by including Indooroopilly State High School, St Peters Lutheran College, Nudgee Junior and the Brigidine Secondary College. Over 33,000 students attend the St Lucia campus of the University of Queensland.

The suburb offers a range of sporting facilities, walk ways and cycle tracks as well as the renowned Indooroopilly Golf Club.

Popular with many Brisbane professionals, as well as a strong element of university students from nearby University of Queensland, this riverside suburb has recorded significant gain in house & apartment prices, especially over the last three years.

Together these features create a highly central, easily accessible, lively community. With apartment prices rising an average of 14.8% from 2005 to 2006 Indooroopilly has been identified, quite understandably, by PRD Nationwide Research as one of Brisbane's "hotspots" for investment.

Brisbane/SEQ General Information

Brisbane City is the fastest growing municipality in Australia and the Brisbane region is the second fastest growing urban area in the western world.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics Queensland's population is projected to increase by 3 million people between 2004 and 2051, an increase of 77%, to reach 6.9 million.

The projected population increase combined with the continuing trend towards smaller households will require the construction of an estimated 575,000 new dwellings within the next 20 years.

Demand for accommodation is having considerable impact on housing prices and rental rates with house prices rising in Brisbane by 17.5% in the 9 months from June 2007 till March 2008.

IndooroopillyBrisbane City
April 2007$303,500$325,000
May 2007$301,500$325,000
June 2007$338,000$330,000
July 2007$321,500$335,000
August 2007$380,000$355,000
September 2007$365,000$350,000
October 2007$354,500$358,000
November 2007$398,000$360,000
December 2007$385,000$367,000
January 2008$449,000$395,000
February 2008$481,000$375,000
March 2008$440,000$385,000

In planning for this growth the Queensland State Government has developed the South East Queensland Regional Plan, which provides policy and guidance on proposed infrastructure and housing development.

The Regional Plan prescribes higher density housing in select areas to reduce travel demands, thereby reducing energy usage and emission of pollutants.

Transit oriented development is a concept adopted by the Regional Plan which advocates building communities around public transport nodes providing a diverse mix of housing, employment and high quality community facilities with easy pedestrian and cycle access.

These transit-oriented communities are vibrant hubs of activity offering a variety of entertainment, restaurants, shops, gyms, childcare facilities, workplaces and housing.

Indooroopilly, seven kilometres west of Brisbane's central business district has been identified as one such community.

*Source: Matusik database, ABS and RPData

Growth Corridor

Indooroopilly has been identified as a key principal activity centre for the city fringe.

A quick visit to any number of investment property websites will confirm the steady growth and potential for this suburb. With apartment prices rising an average of 27.1% from 2007 to 2008 Indooroopilly is one of Brisbane's hot spots for investment.

Indooroopilly is situated just 7km west from Brisbane's central business district and has been identified in the Queensland Government's South East Queensland Regional Plan as a Principal Activity Centre. This means that as a major transport node with city rail services and major bus exchange, Indooroopilly has been deemed a desirable location for urban renewal.

*Source: RP Data

The investment future for Indooroopilly is looking good. Very good.

Situated only 7 km from Brisbane's CBD, in the middle of the city's growth corridor, Indooroopilly has been identified as a key Principal Activity Centre for the city fringe. As a major public transport node, with established infrastructure, as well as its central position close to educational, business, entertainment & recreational amenities, Indooroopilly is already a lively hot spot.

At El Dorado Village location, convenience & community pulse are key factors ensuring solid investment returns. Designed as an iconic mixed-use development El Dorado Village is set for significant investment growth. Secure your piece of booming Brisbane, invest in El Dorado Village.

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