Savvi Apartments, Upper Mount GravattA selection of two-bedroom apartments will also come with an exclusive use courtyard. Prices start at $370,000.“All apartments are very spacious with a minimum size of 76 total square metres for one-bedroom apartments including a minimum of 15sq m for all Savvi balconies,” Mr Lawrence said. “Light-filled rooms, study nooks, walk-in robes and stylish bespoke finishes present an ultra-modern canvas for the new apartment buyer.” Resident amenities include a pool, barbecue and outdoor dining area.Located on Kelburn Street in Upper Mount Gravatt, Savvi is just a five-minute walk to Westfield Garden City and an eight minute walk to the Upper Mount Gravatt Bus Interchange and the planned Brisbane Metro station. Savvi Apartments at Upper Mount Gravatt will have all the hi-tech bells and whistles.Technology and lifestyle will be the key selling points for a new apartment development at Upper Mount Gravatt.Residents of the eight-storey Savvi Apartments will benefit from the latest in intelligent living, with numberplate recognition providing touch-free entry to the secure car park and a Co-lab space to cater for working or studying from home.Each apartment will also have the option of voice-controlled automation using a free Google Home device. Savvi Apartments, Upper Mount Gravatt“Like the name suggests, these apartments set a new benchmark for connected and intelligent living thanks to the seamless integration of technology that makes day-to-day life that much easier,” Position Property director Richard Lawrence said.Sixty-seven one, two or three bedroom apartments with generous living spaces, large balconies and high quality Smeg appliances will be developed by Brisbane-based company, Opalyn Property Group.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours ago Savvi Apartments, Upper Mount Gravatt“Savvi’s location in the very heart of the suburb makes it even more attractive, particularly as residents can choose not to own a car because of the proximity to transport and the on-site share vehicle,” Mr Lawrence said.Upper Mount Gravatt is a designated regional activity centre with existing close infrastructure such as Griffith University, QEII Jubilee Hospital and Brisbane Technology Park. It is adjacent to the M1 motorway and only 20 minutes to the airport.The Mount Gravatt region is also a significant employment node with more than 10,000 new jobs anticipated by 2031, an increase of more than 30 per cent.