With construction of Montague Markets & Residences nearing completion, we’re looking forward to welcoming you to West End’s vibrant new epicentre very soon.

Montague Markets is a unique shopping, dining and residential destination offering unparalleled amenity. Stage One is on track to open this Spring.

Experience Montague Markets and rediscover the Riverside Precinct – Let us help you discover an exciting new way of living.

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We’re unwrapping our vision for West End’s new lifestyle precinct! The scaffolds have come down from Montague Markets & Residences as we steam towards the official opening in September.

No longer cocooned by a layer of steel, the stunning new landmark’s classic, sweeping lines and panoramic views over the entire city skyline are now revealed.

A showcase of boutique inner-city living, we’re thrilled to be nearing completion of the first stage. It will incorporate 90 luxurious one, two and the-bedroom apartments, along with alfresco dining, a vibrant landscaped public plaza, a full-line Woolworths supermarket and an array of specialty retailers and restaurants.

With continuing outstanding buyer demand, the latest milestone is another step towards what is set to become the jewel in Pradella’s $1 billion Riverside West End community.

Work is now in full swing on the interior fit-out and it won’t be long before lush sub-tropical landscaping transforms the surroundings as part of 2,000-plus square metres of private recreation space including a rooftop skygarden.

To get a closer look and experience the premium lifestyle on offer, make an appointment to visit our three brand new, fully furnished display apartments.

To find out more about Montague Markets & Residences, drop by the Discovery Centre at 321 Montague Road, West End, Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

Private appointments are also available for your convenience. Click here or call 1300 202 888.


Old world charm will reign when Bou’s for Men – one of the pioneers of Brisbane’s burgeoning barber shop revival – opens its doors at Montague Markets & Residences this spring.

Bou’s for Men is among the new speciality shops counting down to the launch of the retail component of our exciting first stage, which will also incorporate a  full-line 3,400sqm Woolworths supermarket.

“I can’t wait,’’ said Bou’s for Men director Simon Bou-Samra, pictured. “I intend to make it one of our flagship salons.’’

With 10 salons in Brisbane and Toowoomba – and two more on the way including Montague Markets – Bou’s were one of the first to herald a reimagining of the traditional barber shop when they opened premises in Adelaide Street, the City, in 2006.

Although venturing into a barber shop can be akin to discovering a world of yesteryear, the service has struck a chord with modern men of all ages from their twenties through to the fifties and beyond.

Barber shops are becoming the new ‘’day spas’’ for men, said Mr Bou-Samra. “Here they can spoil themselves when it comes to grooming.’’

They come not only for the quality haircuts but the laid back atmosphere replete with soft rock melodies and gentle banter.

Wet shave treatments and cut-throat razor lather shaves are also on offer. Indeed, receiving a clean shave with a straight blade administered by a skilled craftsman is something of a prized experience.

“When the disposable razor was invented, it spelt the demise of many traditional barber shops,’’ Mr Bou-Samra said.

“In recent years, however, we have seen their rejuvenation, and it seems Brisbane is a leader in the industry.

“The straight blade shave is an integral part of the experience. Here, it’s the full shave with a hot towel service.’’

With shops in a range of locations including Portside Wharf, and Creek and George Streets, city executives seeking to look their best as well as receive an ample amount of old-fashioned service  make up a large proportion of customers at Bou’s.

With a youthful outlook and edgy style, Mr Bou-Samra – a professionally trained barber – is looking to introduce a lighter ambience to the Montague Markets salon.

Describing the style of the fitout as mid-century modern, Mr Bou-Samra said it would be a departure from traditional designs, and  relatively roomy with timber floors and four chairs.

“I see Montague Markets as a good fit for our business, and in the heart of a gentrified area by the waterside, which is traditionally great for service industries,’’ he said.

To find out more about Montague Markets & Residences, drop by the Discovery Centre at 321 Montague Road, West End, Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

Private appointments are also available for your convenience. Click here or call 1300 202 888.


By following a few simple rules, you can showcase your beautiful new home at Montague Markets to its full advantage. We speak to the experts at interior designers Noble House, the stylists behind one of our amazing new display apartments.

Noble House interior designer Kayla Qualischefski says while there’s some science to maximising the mood and visual appeal of any residential space, her best advice is to take it slowly.

“The main thing is to realise you don’t have to go out and buy everything at once. Install your biggest pieces of furniture, such as the sofas and the beds, and layer up from there.

“Colour is a very personal choice. People with big personalities tend to go for brighter, louder colours but no matter what your preferences, it’s always a little easier when you have a basic knowledge of the rules of design.’’

By the numbers: The classic 60-30-10 decor rule is extremely useful when designing a room. It contends that 60 per cent of a room should be a dominant colour, 30 per cent should be the secondary colour and 10 per cent should be accent colour.

You can simplify your colour conundrums for instance by choosing a neutral colour as a base for your your big ticket items, such as a bed.

Linen colours, greys and walnut timber are timeless choices here, making up 60 per cent of the colour. Add quilts, coverings and throw rugs in proportions of 30 and 10.

In the apartment styled by Noble House, the neutral linen base is the main colour, complemented by navy blue as the secondary shade.

Navy is said to impart a calming effect, so it’s a perfect choice for your inner-city retreat. It never goes out of style and matches well with just about any hue.

In this case, a fashionable shade of mustard provides a lively counterpoint to the navy, while a smattering of brass-coloured objects provide further visual interest.

While you can theme each room, it is a good idea to ensure that a common thread of base colour runs through all spaces.

Become a storyteller: Designers love to employ vignettes, or small groupings of objects that tell a story, so that people can invisage themselves living in a space. For instance, a kitchen might feature a recipe book, a bowl of fruit, wine glasses and such.

Typically, the objects are of different sizes and arranged in a basic pyramid shape instead of being thrown together at random.

Arrange objects in odd numbers – threes, fives and so on. Objects put together in odd numbers are more visually appealing than even-numbered groupings.

It’s a more conscious way of arranging your keepsakes and it can be a lot of fun experimenting with what works and what doesn’t.

Like anything in design, the seemingly effortless approach belies the amount of thought that goes into it.

Scale and proportion: When styling an apartment, you will need to pay particular attention to the proportions of your furniture to the spaces as well as to each other. Again the 60-30-10 rule applies.

To ensure ease of navigation throughout the rooms, remember to measure all pieces before you purchase them. Make sure your main items, such as the dining table, occupy roughly 60 per cent of the allotted space for furniture.

Psychology of colour: It’s no secret that colour creates mood.

A bright red couch may well “pop’’ in a space large enough to carry it off. However, remember that red can be quite a ‘’draining’’ colour and you may tire of it relatively quickly.

If you want bursts of colour, you could consider artworks, cushions and rugs.

How long will it last? Although professional designers pay close attention to the longevity of individual items of furniture, homeowners are also becoming increasingly aware of product quality.

Ms  Qualischefski says residential clients, particularly those with children and pets, are increasingly enquiring about the Martindale rating of furniture. The rating is a measure of the durability of upholstery, and in essence how well the fabric withstands constant rubbing.

The best design is where form and function intersect. Glass-covered coffee tables, for instance, not only look smart but the glass prevents coffee mug rings on the timber it covers.

A touch of greenery: With high-end artificial plants virtually indistinguishable from  the real thing, why not add a touch of greenery to your apartment?

It’s definitely on trend and nothing says “lush’’ like cascading foliage in apartments.  And for those without a green thumb, it’s a perfect solution.


Be among the first to experience how Montague Markets is setting a new benchmark for inner-city living. Three  brand new display apartments tastefully furnished by Coco Republic and Noble House are now open.With seamless indoor and outdoor living areas, spacious entertainer kitchens and premium finishes along with access to an exceptional range of exclusive resort-style facilities, apartment living has never looked so good.A showcase of world class design, our first completed apartments are styled in contemporary, classic hues and textures specially created to appeal to all tastes.

They represent the latest milestone for Montague Markets amid strong apartment sales in the countdown to the official opening in spring 2020.

Buyers have already snapped up more than 65 per cent of apartments in our exciting first stage  featuring 90 luxurious one, two and three-bedroom homes, as well as alfresco dining, a vibrant landscaped public plaza, a full-line 3,400sqm Woolworths supermarket, a BWS and around 15 specialty retailers.

According to Noble House interior designer Kayla Qualischefski, our apartments not only incorporate functional living spaces but can be easily styled to show off the vibrant, urban ambience of West End’s riverfront region.

Neutral-coloured furnishings paired with fashionable walnut timber and navy blue complemented accents of mustard and brass in the apartment her team styled.

“The contemporary luxe styling is a classic look for an apartment, with the navy blue in particular used to effect a calming mood which instantly makes people feel at home,’’ Ms Qualischefski said.

“The generous proportions of the Montague Markets apartments and their balconies allowed us to create functional living spaces as well as showcase the inner-city vibe.’’

With the countdown on to the completion of construction, now is the time to get in quickly and see for yourself how this inspiring project will become the West End Peninsula’s new lifestyle hub.

Visit www.montaguemarkets.com.au, or call 1300 202 888 to book your private inspection of our display apartments today.


We’re open again for walk-in sales consultations at the Montague Markets & Residences Discovery Centre. And what’s more, you can be among the first to exclusively experience our brand new display apartments showcasing Pradella’s outstanding quality.

The easing of restrictions to the opening arrangements of the Montague Markets Discovery Centre at 321 Montague Road, West End, is in line with the latest advice from public health authorities.

You can drop by the centre Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm, with private appointments also available for your convenience.

In addition, through appointment only, you will have an exclusive opportunity to touch and experience up close the quality of fittings and finishes and design of our exciting new display apartments.

Enquire now to secure your place in a unique lifestyle precinct. Click here or call 1300 202 888.

We do ask that the usual rules of social distancing are observed.

Please do not visit the centre or arrange an inspection if:

  • You or a member of your household has travelled overseas in the past 14 days,
  • You have been in contact with a person either suspected or confirmed of having COVID-19,
  • You have been experiencing any flu-like symptoms.


Effortless access to schools and universities is just one of the benefits of living at Montague Markets.

And with Brisbane City Council planning two new green bridges across the Brisbane River within an easy stroll, things have never looked better for families of students.

With a new green bridge proposed to extend from the southern end of Boundary Street to the corner of Keith and Macquarie streets at St Lucia, it means The University of Queensland will be less than 2.5 kilometres away.

Ranking among the world’s top universities, UQ is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching institutions, with more than 50,000 students and a rich history stretching back more than 100 years.

Adding to the wide array of educational opportunities already within close proximity of Montague Markets, it means residents will be a quick bike ride to two universities as well as a TAFE and range of private and public secondary and primary schools.

Both universities feature secure bicycle storage.

The Gardens Point campus of the world-class Queensland University of Technology in George Street, Brisbane, also home to more than 50,00 students, just over three kilometres away by bike, offering cutting edge facilities and technology.

Also close by are South Bank TAFE, the highly regarded Brisbane State High, St Laurences, St Ita’s Primary School, and Somerville House.

In addition, Brisbane’s newest and most modern southside high school, the Inner City South Secondary College is currently under construction at Dutton Park. It is the largest single project funded from the Queensland Government’s $800 million Building Future Schools program.

With the second green bridge proposed to join near Forbes Street at West End to Archer Street, Toowong, Toowong Shopping Village and train station will be just over a kilometre away, further adding to the convenience of Montague Markets.

The St Lucia campus of The University of Queensland is conveniently serviced by more than 10 direct bus routes from the Brisbane CBD and outer suburbs. Services run frequently from Benson Street bus stop, just a few minutes’ walk from Toowong Village and train station.

The close proximity to education hubs complements a 75 square metre space within Montague Markets, specially allocated for flexible work arrangements and study.

The convenience of living at Montague Markets will extend into every aspect of life for residents.

shopping, dining, office and residential precinct, it is the latest addition to Pradella’s masterplanned Riverside West End community.

Along with a new full-line 3,400sqm Woolworths supermarket, Montague Markets will also feature 1,590sqm of specialty retail across 15 tenancies, alongside a vibrant 1,200sqm landscaped public plaza, central arcade and alfresco dining zone.


Montague Markets & Residences has moved to appointment-only sales consultations as well as video link.

We are committed to continuing to assist our customers and help them discover more about our exciting new landmark
development, while maintaining appropriate social distancing.

You can also view a full range of digital information and brochures as well as detail on fixtures, finishes and
floor plans along with the wide range of private and public facilities planned for Riverside West End’s vibrant new

The change to inspection times for the Discovery Centre at 321 Montague Road, West End, is in line with advice from
public health authorities.

To arrange your private appointment please call us in advance to secure your preferred time.

However, we ask you not to arrange an inspection if:

  • You or a member of your household has travelled overseas in the past 14 days,
  • You have been in contact with a person either suspected or confirmed of having COVID-19,
  • You have been experiencing any flu-like symptoms.

To book your appointment and view this unique, future lifestyle precinct, please call 1300 202 888.


Construction is well advanced on a brand new shopping, dining and residential development at West End, with the landmark Montague Markets & Residences set to continue the transformation of the 4101 peninsula’s riverfront region.

Featuring 180 luxurious apartments, panoramic views, laneway culture, a full-line Woolworths supermarket, urban retailers and a range of inspiring public spaces, Montague Markets is the latest component of Pradella’s visionary $1 billion Riverside West End community. The first stage of 90 apartments and the retail and dining precinct is on track to be completed by Spring 2020. Pradella Director Kim Pradella said he was delighted to watch the Montague Markets project coming to life. “Construction across all elements of the project is going very well and we are looking forward to a new chapter in the development of West End,’’ Mr Pradella said. “Montague Markets is a unique part of the 5.3-hectare Riverside precinct, providing inspired living and much needed shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities for the area.”

Montague Markets has been designed to appeal to the discerning buyer seeking an exceptional lifestyle with the added convenience of all the day-to-day services they need. The new full-line Woolworths supermarket – the first to open in West End – will be complemented by around 15 specialty shops including a BWS, alfresco dining and a vibrant 1200sqm landscaped public plaza. Located just 3 kilometres from the Brisbane CBD, Montague Markets will be highly accessible with 290 underground carpark bays, pedestrian and cycling paths and bike storage facilities. The apartments will include a mix of one, two and three-bedroom homes with premium finishes, seamless indoor and outdoor living spaces, and spacious entertainer kitchens. Residences will have access to an exceptional range of exclusive resort-style facilities. A project update for the local community will be held on Wednesday, March 25 at the Queensland Ballet studios.


We all know that keeping fit is good for the mind as well as the body.

With a fully-equipped gym and a yoga space, our Montague Markets residents will be well on their way to kicking off or keeping up a fitness plan.

In addition, West End features a smorgasboard of options when it comes to exercising, connecting with a range of like-minded people, and generally putting your body through its paces.

Here are just a few of the other options to get you trim, taut and terrific:

Rock climbing: If you’re looking for something other than a traditional fitness class, and a little adrenalin rush to boot, indoor rock climbing might be your thing.

Urban Climb, nearby at 220 Montague Road, offers classes in this very particular art of vertical movement, as well as yoga and fitness sessions.

Kayaking and canoeing: The Peninsula is perfectly located to take full advantage of the River City’s calling card.

If you are keen to explore the wonderful waterways on the doorstep, Brisbane Kayak Tours set out year-round day and evening from West End, with its easy access to the river.

Check out South Bank and the Brisbane Wheel from the water, cross underneath Brisbane’s many bridges and soak up the many sights.

Take it a step further by getting along to the West End Canoe Club. Paddlers meet at South Brisbane Sailing Club at Hill End Terrace, West End, for an early morning workout followed by breakfast at the West End Park Cafe.

Club kayaks and storage space for members are available, as well as showers.

Running: With kilometres of flat paths meandering through lushly landscapes public spaces adjoining the waterfront, West End is a jogger’s paradise.

Brisbane Road Runners hold regular events, starting and finishing at South Brisbane Sailing Club.

The South Bank parkrun meanwhile sets off from the Riverside Green every Saturday at 7am for a five kilometre jaunt across the Goodwill bridge and into the Botanic Gardens, looping back over the bridge and home.

Yoga: If it’s yoga you want, then West End is the place to be. Head along Montague and take your pick.

Choose from aerial yoga, performed with assistance of a hammock to help you relieve your joints to a variety of other forms such as hot and even yin yoga, which incorporates meditation.     .

Outdoor exercise: For anyone keen on an outdoor exercise workout with a view, check out the free equipment just down the road at Orleigh Park.

The riverfront equipment includes a range of strength and conditioning machines under shade cover and located right next to the Brisbane River.

Rowing: It’s quintessential Brisbane – early morning rowers gliding along the inner-city reaches of the river, a graceful counterpoint to the growing buzz of the CBD.

With two clubs based at West End, along with Rowing Queensland, the suburb can lay claim to a veritable nautical mile of tradition with the sport.

Commerical Rowing Club is based at Davies Park in Jane Street, while home for Brisbane and GPS is Hill End Terrace.

Dancing: West End is spoilt for choice when it comes to dance classes, which is apt for a suburb home to the Queensland Ballet in Beesley Street.

QB offers a range of classes such as its heart-pumping jazz, contemporary and fitness sessions. You can also put your best foot forward to classes that offer a foundation in ballet, through to barre and centre exercises.

A host of other dance schools ply their trade at West End too, from Latin to ballroom and swing.

Cycling: With an extensive network of dedicated cycling paths from the Peninsula to the CBD and beyond, bike riding is well catered for.

Even before sun-up, the local roads and bikeways are lined with lycra. West End is right next to the heart of it all, with the River Loop arguably the most popular in Brisbane for social and training rides.

With South Bank a common start and finish point, the ride connects bikeways and back roads through the river suburbs.

To discover more on the outstanding lifestyle on offer at Montague Markets & Residences, contact one of our friendly sales staff.

Montague Markets & Residences Discovery Centre

Address: 321 Montague Rd, West End

Open: Wednesday to Saturday 10am – 4pm or by appointment