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#Completed: Parkview – 6s/21m/res (Cairns)

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Rimington Projects - Parkview – 174 Grafton Street

From $482,500

Features: Inground Pool, Inground Spa, Intercom, A/C, Covered BBQ-Entertainment Area, Landscaped Gardens, Hot Spa Tub, Guest Lounge, Storage in Basement C
If you’ve long considered a move to Cairns’ vibrant inner-city, the time is now. The acclaimed development team at Rimington Projects have just unveiled their latest project. It’s known as ParkView … and it’s their finest yet.

At ParkView, you can select from 46 spacious and elegant two and three bedroom apartments, set over six levels. Calming water views are a feature of some apartments while others boast inviting views over the city and adjacent parklands.

During the week, you can leave the car at home and walk to work in the city, while on those relaxed weekends you’re an easy stroll from the popular boardwalks, swimming lagoon and lush parklands of the redeveloped Cairns Esplanade.

Inside your home, there’s an abundance of natural light and ventilation in the spacious rooms, with large windows that frame the outside scenery. The quality is evident from start to finish, with special touches like porcelain floor tiles, carefully selected for their classic elegance and quality.

Gourmet kitchens feature attractive polished stone kitchen bench-tops and the finest quality European stainless steel appliances, and all apartments offer the convenience of two well-sized bathrooms. For the still summer days the apartments have split system air conditioning throughout.

The architectural style is contemporary and minimalist – in such a fantastic location.

You may choose to live in your fantastic new ParkView apartment or rent it out. Whatever your choice, you’ll enjoy relatively low body corporate fees (2 bed $2,000 & 3 bed $2,200) and the investment security that only an inner-city property can provide.

Lifestyle buyers seek property that meets their every lifestyle whim. Investors seek centrally-located property with outstanding potential for rental returns and capital growth. Astute purchasers seek both.

ParkView is expected to be completed in mid 2009. 2 bedroom (122m²) are priced from $397,500 and 3 bedroom (151m²) are priced from $482,500. View the display including a model at Quaid Real Estate corner of Lake and Spence Streets.



Images and information from Real

Construction photos from Thursday (8th May)

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We have new crane in the skyline. I give you the Parkview crane!
(On the left)

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At the moment there are six permanent ones. Then there is a few mobile ones working on the Central Park Office Building, the DFO etc. That’s like half of Townsville’s isn’t it? :lol:
William McCormack Place's crane should be up in the coming months hopefully. Construction is meant to start this month and funding is allocated. Though Vision's crane is bound to come down soon so the crane count will probably stay stable.
As pointed out last week, Parkview now has a crane and is starting to rise off the ground. I was running out of light so the shots are rather quick and not great :)

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Topped out and has been for a while.


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Thursday, the workers had the techno beats pumping out of the building when I walked past.

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Haha this is were I was getting asked by some hungover Swedish backpacker where his hostel was.:lol: He was saying he is stuck in Cairns with no money and then he asks me if I smoke weed, I think I know where the money has gone haha.

Oh yes here is a update also:

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I think there might be internal work going on that we can't see. I have seen the crane moving a few times though.
You sure this has stalled? There is paint up all over the building. I think they might be working inside the building unless when you went past during the day it was a ghost town.

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Scaffolding is down and the paint looks great, the blend of colours is great. Maybe they should have extended that feature in the middle for the whole height of the building to hide the air cons.


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^^That's good to hear. It looked like it was turning out well when I last saw it.
Parkview looks great. Great colours and the car park entrance isn't obvious. Pity it isn't taller.

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