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Pier Penthouse Pantry - Mirvac Display Newstead
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Pier at Waterfront

The Waterfront, Newstead story begins with Pier, comprising two distinguished buildings located on 250 metres of Brisbane Riverfront. Apartments designed with an aspiration to bring to Brisbane the best of residential living in the most outstanding of locations, Pier is limited to only 99 opportunities.

You're invited to view our luxury display apartments. Styled by Tonie Robertson and Lee Accatino, these apartments combine timeless style with simplified luxury.

Surrounded by 5.5 hectares of parkland, Waterfront Lake and the Brisbane River, Pier at Waterfront is unlike any other address in Brisbane. Enjoy the tranquility of riverfront living while being so close to the city lifestyle.

Premium three bedroom residences start from $2.35M

Premium four bedroom residences start from $3.95M

Penthouses from $6.5M (only three left)

Visit Pier website:

http://www.mirvacdevelopment.com/waterfront/about-pier

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