What the Community Means to the Bluebirds

Over the years, we’ve seen far too many property developers ignore the local community and propose developments without any regard to those who deserve it most. We are always astounded why some developers choose to go down this path. As a result, there is so much distrust between the community and the industry – where

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RBA Update – What’s in Store for Our 2020?

Last Tuesday, the RBA decided to hold the cash rate at 0.75%. By doing this, the RBA is able to weigh up the potential economic setbacks influencing the broader market, including the bushfires and Coronavirus. While some analysts are forecasting two rate drops in 2020 – we are seeing sentiment improving. This has been driven

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Bluebird Appointed Development Manager on new Highgate Hill Project

Over the past couple of months, Bluebird has been working on pulling together a new boutique waterfront apartment project in Highgate Hill! We’re now working on finalising the development strategy and acquisition, and have started on the preparation of the DA with our design team from Ellivo Architects and town planners Property Projects Australia. Situated

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Making Florence Street Fancier

Article in the latest issue of My Village News. Story by Steph Maker Frank Licastro and Riye Arai-Coupe are making moves to put a new frock on Florence Street. The pair said the street is due for a makeover and want to know what fellow locals think should be done to beautify the boulevard. In

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Bluebird Appointed as Development Manager on Hamilton Project

Golden State Developments have appointed Bluebird Property Partners as their Development Manager for a brand-new apartment site in the Hamilton riverside precinct of Brisbane. Design work is underway for a 52-unit scheme at Agnes Street, which will maximise river views, capitalise on the surrounding infrastructure and deliver architecturally considered living spaces & amenity. Bluebird Property

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Council Infrastructure Charges Finally Made Public

Queensland’s Councils are now required to publicly disclose the amount of Infrastructure Charges they collect from developers and where that money is being spent. Announced by Planning Minister Cameron Dick last September, the amendment to the legislation will help create much needed transparency between the council, the developer and the community.  “The amendments will create a

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2020 – It’s a New Year and a New Office for the Bluebirds!

The new decade is off to a flying start, with Bluebird Property Partners signing a lease for their brand new office at 1 James Street, New Farm. This forms part of our expansion strategy to accommodate our ever growing team. We also can’t wait to be part of the buzzing James Street precinct. The fit

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Brisbane’s $15 Billion Makeover

Brisbane is growing up! Everywhere we turn, we can see the $15-billion makeover taking place. Who would have thought we would finally see Brissie stepping out of the shadow of Melbourne and Sydney! By the end of 2026, Brisbanites will be spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment, lifestyle, living choices and transportation. And

Read More »

What the Community Means to the Bluebirds

Over the years, we’ve seen far too many property developers ignore the local community and propose developments without any regard to those who deserve it most. We are always astounded why some developers choose to go down this path. As a result, there is so much distrust between the community and the industry – where

Read More »

RBA Update – What’s in Store for Our 2020?

Last Tuesday, the RBA decided to hold the cash rate at 0.75%. By doing this, the RBA is able to weigh up the potential economic setbacks influencing the broader market, including the bushfires and Coronavirus. While some analysts are forecasting two rate drops in 2020 – we are seeing sentiment improving. This has been driven

Read More »

Bluebird Appointed Development Manager on new Highgate Hill Project

Over the past couple of months, Bluebird has been working on pulling together a new boutique waterfront apartment project in Highgate Hill! We’re now working on finalising the development strategy and acquisition, and have started on the preparation of the DA with our design team from Ellivo Architects and town planners Property Projects Australia. Situated

Read More »

Making Florence Street Fancier

Article in the latest issue of My Village News. Story by Steph Maker Frank Licastro and Riye Arai-Coupe are making moves to put a new frock on Florence Street. The pair said the street is due for a makeover and want to know what fellow locals think should be done to beautify the boulevard. In

Read More »

Bluebird Appointed as Development Manager on Hamilton Project

Golden State Developments have appointed Bluebird Property Partners as their Development Manager for a brand-new apartment site in the Hamilton riverside precinct of Brisbane. Design work is underway for a 52-unit scheme at Agnes Street, which will maximise river views, capitalise on the surrounding infrastructure and deliver architecturally considered living spaces & amenity. Bluebird Property

Read More »

Council Infrastructure Charges Finally Made Public

Queensland’s Councils are now required to publicly disclose the amount of Infrastructure Charges they collect from developers and where that money is being spent. Announced by Planning Minister Cameron Dick last September, the amendment to the legislation will help create much needed transparency between the council, the developer and the community.  “The amendments will create a

Read More »

2020 – It’s a New Year and a New Office for the Bluebirds!

The new decade is off to a flying start, with Bluebird Property Partners signing a lease for their brand new office at 1 James Street, New Farm. This forms part of our expansion strategy to accommodate our ever growing team. We also can’t wait to be part of the buzzing James Street precinct. The fit

Read More »

Brisbane’s $15 Billion Makeover

Brisbane is growing up! Everywhere we turn, we can see the $15-billion makeover taking place. Who would have thought we would finally see Brissie stepping out of the shadow of Melbourne and Sydney! By the end of 2026, Brisbanites will be spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment, lifestyle, living choices and transportation. And

Read More »