Sunland’s Shea Residences at St LuciaMore from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours ago“Homes will feature a mix of three-bedroom and three-bedroom-plus-study designs, complete with a multipurpose room, two bathrooms, guest powder room, generous living areas, and quality finishes,” Mr Abedian said. “Architectural facades, timber detailing, and artistic landscaping will add beauty and individuality to the residences, intimately connected to their urban setting through landscaped pedestrian networks.“The community’s proximity to local schools, public transport, and neighbourhood retail precincts will provide considerable amenity for residents.”Everton Hills is considered a “high demand” suburb, with existing homes spending an average of just 31 days on the market. An artist’s impression of the Hills Residences by Sunland GroupIt is predominantly made up of older couples and families, with a house held for an average of 9.5 years.The current median sales price for a house in Everton Hills is $570,000 and $509,000 for a unit, according to CoreLogic.While prices have not yet been released for The Hills Residences, Mr Abedian said they were expected to start from $470,000.Earthworks are expected to start this month, with home construction to start in the second half of this year.A court decision is expected soon for Grace on Coronation, another Sunland Group project. The three residential tower development was designed by the late award-winning architect Dame Zaha Hadid, and was granted approval by the Brisbane City Council before being taken to court by a local resident. Sunland Group also bought land at Chapel Hill last year, and is planning to build 33 freestanding homes later this year. The Hills Residences by Sunland GroupTHE developer behind Palazzo Versace and the Gold Coast’s Q1 tower will launch its first development outside of Brisbane’s inner ring next month, with The Hills Residences recently being given the green light by town planners.Sunland Group, which is currently finalising The Shea Residences at St Lucia and completed Abian in the Brisbane CBD last year, has now set its sights on the suburbs. It will soon construct 91 terrace homes on land adjoining preserved bushland in Everton Hills, just 11 kms from the Brisbane CBD, with the project to launch next month.Sunland Group managing director Sahba Abedian said more than a third of the development would be dedicated to open space, with a large central parkland and 3500sq m of bushland a short stroll away.