Pradella is delighted to announce that construction of Halo Residences in South Brisbane was completed in late 2020.
The second, highly anticipated tower within the $142 million SkyNeedle development, its completion saw residents moving in from late last year and in the first quarter of 2021.
Oozing luxury, Halo takes inner-city lifestyle to a whole new level, showcasing a stunning collection of one, two and three-bedroom residences as well as opulent SkyHomes alongside some of the most exclusive resort-style amenities ever created in South Brisbane.
The residents-only rooftop Skylounge featuring panoramic city views, wine bar, private dining room with courtyard terrace, waterscaped gardens and modern wellness centre, is the perfect place for residents to celebrate special occasions.
We’re extremely proud of the way the project has come together to offer it own distinct addition to the city skyline.
With construction completed ahead of schedule, despite the challenges of COVID-19, Halo’s classic lines and sweeping, panoramic views can now be fully appreciated by residents and visitors alike.
Curving around the 88 metre SkyNeedle pillar, an iconic symbol of Brisbane’s Expo 88, Halo is set to become a landmark in every respect.
Restoration of the SkyNeedle – so integral to the project – will allow future generations to appreciate and embrace an important chapter in the city’s coming of age.
Strong buyer demand was received throughout its development, reflecting the enormous interest in luxury apartments in South Brisbane.
Only 800 metres to Brisbane’s CBD, Halo provides easy access to South Bank parklands, Musgrave Park, the Fish Lane precinct and Brisbane’s best arts and cultural offerings.
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