Brisbane City Council has approved plans for Reside Communities development on the edge of  the Pacific Golf Club in Carindale.

Located 13.5 kms from Brisbane CBD the village will be built in three stages featuring 200 units across seven, three- to six-storey buildings (pictured).

Stage one  will include building a new clubhouse  while the grounds will be reconfigured to keep the 18-hole golf course and maintain the nine-hole par three.

According to the Club’s president Craig Austen the development will take in 3% of the total 50ha of green space already developed.

Councillor Ryan Murphy (Chandler) told the Courier Mail that while some residents had raised concerns about the development there had been “overwhelming support” from the community for the plans with over 97% of the 573 submissions supporting the proposal.

The apartments are expected to be priced from $490,000 for a one-bedroom, $595,000 for two bedrooms, $685,000 for a two-bedroom plus study and $850,000 for a three-bedroom apartment with double car space.

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