TOONDAH OUTLOOK The complex will offer an incorporated business centre, function room, reception and entry areas, three street frontages, a mens’ shed, craft room, pool, gym and sauna, expansive grounds and recreation areas as well as multiple car accommodation and storage options for residents, including room for RVs, additional cars boats and vans. Apartments bigger than the average block One of Redland city’s most talked about residential projects, Toondah Outlook, has seen hundreds through the display unit’s doors since they opened recently.Hundreds of prospective buyers have inspected the new display apartments at AFT Projects’ latest development in Clevelend Toondah Outlook since they opened in November. He said Toondah Outlook was a landmark project for Australia’s east coast.“This level of luxury and inclusion has not been available on the doorstep of Moreton Bay ever before and that is attracting wide interest in and of itself given the views on offer,” he said. RELATED: >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< THE BASICS Redlands property analyst and developer Chris Anderson said the $100 million luxury apartment project was almost 70 per cent old and building was on track to welcome the first residents from May 2019. The nine-storey complex will offer Moreton Bay, island and mountain views.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago“Buyers are expecting more and now want location that offers lifestyle and convenience with necessary infrastructure on tap.“Toondah Outlook has, from its inception, been about the residents and what they want.“That has captured would be downsizers and the 21st-century families alike.”The nine level, resort-style project in Cleveland has become a benchmark for the apartment sector in the region offering a Moreton Bay, island and mountains views. Own your own motocross track The $100 million luxury apartment project is almost 70 per cent old.Mr Anderson said the new display units were styled by leading Australian and New Zealand decorators, including Stuart Bateman.“Stuart just has the eye and the knowledge,” he said.“His input sees us set include textured finishes and he’s detailed on the finer points of cabinetry design while casting his eye to functional layout and ambience.” MORE: Developer: AFT Projects Price: From $625,000 to $4.5 million (TBC on completion) for a six-bedroom penthouse Location: Cnr of Wharf St and Shore Street East, Cleveland. Phone Chris Anderson on 0412 159 202, or Sharon Saul on 0403 384 904 to arrange an inspection. Historic weather observatory hits the market Building is on track to welcome the first residents from May 2019.“And we’ve thrown out the standard unit sizing approach,” Mr Anderson said.“We’re creating room with two to five-bedroom apartments in a complex that offers more usable space and outside area that many homes.” Features include high ceilings, Smeg appliances, airconditioning, secure entry and parking, pool, sauna, gym, workshop, covered barbecue pavilions and bulk storage facilities.