Knox's Kubix development to launch stage two this weekend with food trucks

Stage two of the $100 million Kubix development in Knox will launch this weekend, accompanied by street food trucks by Mr. Burger and Yogurddiction.

Developed by Deal Corporation and designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects, Kubix will feature 236 apartments across three buildings.

Some 80% of apartments in the $35 million stage one release have sold to a mix of owner-occupiers and investors.

Stage two will comprise of 88 one- and two-bedroom apartments across eight floors.

One-bedroom apartments range in size from 44 square metres to 51 square metres and two-bedroom apartments range in size from 72 square metres to 86 square metres.

Apartments range in price from $320,000 to $550,000.

Deal Corporation managing director David Kobritz says Kubix is a landmark development for the region, with demand for smaller apartments not being met by supply.

“The total number of apartments in Kubix will provide for just 1% of the potential population suited to apartment living, so we see it as a development perfectly timed for today’s new housing options,” says Kobritz.

Kobritz says over 2,000 households move out of Know every year and puts this down to a lack of diversity in housing options.

“Young professionals have also been attracted to Kubix as Eastlist has brought the city to the Knox region’s doorstep, profoundly changing how people in the area live, work and play,” says Kobritz.

Located on Burwood Highway in Wantirna South, the grand launch will take place on October 5 with food trucks set up on site from 1pm to 4pm.

Deal Corp will also launch its two-bedroom display apartment on the day.

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