Developer Brings Rooftop Vision to Life with ‘Ruby Ruby’

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Photo credit: Cottee Parker Architects

A boutique developer plans to capitalise on Milton’s rapid growth of young residents and businesses with their latest project, the 144-apartment Ruby Ruby.


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To be located behind Milton Station on Crombie Street, the 21-storey Ruby Ruby from Kokoda Property offers convenience and vibrancy. Residents can easily commute via train or immerse themselves in the area’s craft breweries and hip cafes like the XXXX Brewery, Milton Common.

Kokoda crafted Ruby Ruby’s design with Milton’s crowd of young professionals and families in mind. The striking wellness rooftop, featuring a pool, gym and yoga studio, caters to an active demographic. 

Photo credit: Cottee Parker Architects

Families are also expected to be interested in the location, with several reputable schools within walking distance and the CBD just three train stops away. Designed by Cottee Parker Architects, it also abounds with greenspace, bike paths and sports facilities nearby. 

Photo credit: Cottee Parker Architects

Kokoda Property Founder and Managing Director, Mark Stevens said that he is excited for Ruby Ruby to play a leading role in such a robust Brisbane property market.

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“Brisbane is rapidly transforming into a new world city; its culture, business centre, technology, and lifestyle is evolving with over $40 billion of infrastructure investment planned, so naturally there is a shift occurring with demand now skewed towards sophistication and luxury residential design.

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“Ruby Ruby is packed with an incredible range of extensive amenities that offer buyers an elevated luxury apartment living experience in Brisbane,” said Mr Stevens.

Future residents with families will appreciate the proximity to some of Brisbane’s most reputable schools, including Milton State School just around the corner and Hubbard’s School and Brisbane Grammar School located less than 600 metres away. For university students, Queensland University of Technology can be reached in under 10 minutes by car or public transport.

Photo credit: Cottee Parker Architects

Ruby Ruby crystallises Kokoda’s development strategy – identify up-and-coming areas like Milton and create living spaces tailored to both the location and changing lifestyles. After success in nearby Newstead with the successful Chester & Ella and The Ambrose projects, Kokoda again flexes their market expertise.

With construction on the project beginning 2024 and a targeted completion date of late 2025, Kokoda is positioning themselves in one of Brisbane’s most connected and up-and-coming neighbourhoods.


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Published 20-December-2023