Albion Mill Village development secures $2.2 million sky home sale

The Albion Flour Mills development in Brisbane has secured a $2.2 million sale.

The apartment, known as The Hudson Sky Home, is located on level 12 of the $330 million development by FKP Property Group.

Gary Kordic executive general manager of FKP says the 336-square-metre sky home is a one-off design.

The sky home features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a media room and a scullery kitchen.

“This sale, on the back of the increasingly constant demand for larger configurations is a great reflection of the strength of the owner-occupier market,” says Kordic.

The historic Mill is located in Brisbane’s inner north next to the Albion train station, providing ample transport for the urban liver.

All of the penthouses sold in the first six months of the development being on the market, for over $1.1 million each.

“The response shows that demand for this integrated, village-style development’s larger apartments is strong and very much alive in today’s market,” says Kordic.

The development announced its recent partnership with Jan Powers Farmers Market, with the farmers market being held on the heritage site on the second and fourth Sunday of every month.

“This site has been home to primary industry since the 1930s; it was a hub of humanity and food and industry and it’s important to recreate this village precinct; a market is at the very heart of any village, and we look forward to seeing this one grow and develop,” says Jan Power.

“For the first time in our markets history, the Albion Mill Village markets will include a sit down café under the Heritage building, providing people with the opportunity to sit and soak up the atmosphere of the markets and surrounds,” says Power.

The market will start from September 22.

The Albion Mill Village development site spans 7,336 square metres across two sites, including the historic flourmill and adjoining site.

The Hudson is the first stage of the masterplan development, with prices starting from $399,000 for a two-bedroom apartment.

 Upon completion, The Hudson will include 139 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments plus sky homes and penthouses.

Nicola Trotman

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