first_imgOxley and Stirling in South Brisbane is almost sold out with only one of apartment remaining for resale and 156 apartments in the rental pool.ONE of the most popular developments in South Brisbane has only one apartment left for resale after an initial 100 per cent sellout off-the-plan.ARIA Living general manager Zeyad Imam said of the 219 one, two and three-bedroom apartments in Oxley and Stirling, there was only one left for resale, but rentals were underway with 156 apartments in the rental pool. Oxley and Stirling in South Brisbane“The building is also positioned north facing and it’s quite elevated, so there are really good views down both reaches of the river, city and gardens,” he said.ARIA also now takes on the management rights of its properties, with three buildings now under internal management by ARIA.“We’ve received a lot of positive feedback in terms of experience with the level of customer service that we’re offering people living in the building,” Mr Imam said. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoOxley and Stirling in South BrisbaneMr Imam said the units themselves were quite large with two-bedroom apartments up to 94sq m of internal space. The view is also a major selling point with units looking at Kangaroo Point or South Bank and side units with curved glass detail for uninterrupted viewing.There are also large cantilevered balconies and the sculptural design takes its cue from the ever-changing river. Oxley and Stirling in South Brisbane“We’re trying to introduce a hotel style of service and amenity, for example, umbrella’s in the lobby, newspapers on the front desk, beach towels on the rooftop and you can hire out bikes similar to the CityCycles.“We also offer complimentary group personal training and yoga to residents.”center_img Oxley and Stirling in South BrisbaneARIA Property Group managing director Tim Forrester is keeping the top floor penthouse, four amalgamated units.Mr Imam said the amenities were what set this development apart from other inner-city apartment buildings.“Aside from the rooftop space, there’s a pretty extensive barbecue, outdoor area, a big 25m pool, two components to the pool with a lap pool and a plunge pool and a private dining room and media room that can be booked by people that live in the building,” he said.“There’s also a first-floor library and wine cellar with lockable areas for residents, which also has a big central table for residents use.” Oxley and Stirling in South BrisbaneOxley and Stirling will be ready for occupation early next month, just 285m from South Bank and 800m from the under construction Queen’s Wharf casino precinct.ARIA Property Group is a privately owned development company founded in 2003 by Tim Forresterlast_img