One of Brisbane’s most expensive rentals finds a tenant in a matter of days

Priced at a whopping $5000 per week, this Brisbane sub-penthouse is the most expensive rental the city has seen come onto the market in some time, but that didn’t stop tenants from applying to it.

The sparkling apartment at 1901/35 Tribune Street is a luxurious four-bedroom, three-bathroom home with 180-degree views of the city skyline, surrounding suburbs and the Brisbane River.

The home found a tenant for $5,000 per week. Picture:

While rental prices in Brisbane continue to increase, as demand far outstrips available supply, Mia Razek of Which Property Asset Management said the $5000 per week apartment is by far one of the highest priced properties the city has seen.

But that didn’t scare off potential tenants, with a long list of potential applicants wanting to inspect.

“This property has attracted significant interest, as we expected,” Ms Razek said.

And a lease was finalised within a matter of days of the listing hitting, she said.

The sub-penthouse comes with spectacular views of Brisbane city. Picture:

Located inside the prestigious Emporium Building on the 19th floor, the apartment is split into two separate wings – on one side is the living area and master bedroom, while on the other are three bedrooms.

The whole thing comes fully furnished, which could explain the $20,000 bond required.

There is a $20,000 bond required for the property. Picture:

The kitchen is worthy of a professional chef and includes Gaggenau appliances, a sub-zero refrigerator, five-burner gas stove, and stainless-steel benchtops, along with a butler’s pantry.

The new tenant will be able bask in a luxurious master bedroom that has a stunning outlook of the city. There is also an opulent marble ensuite with double shower and a freestanding bath, which is also in a prime position to enjoy the glittering skyline.

A master ensuite that’s probably worth $5000 per week. Picture:

The sub-penthouse also perfect for a tenant who may be working from home, with two office spaces that have built-in desks and custom cabinetry.

While the identity of the new resident remains private, Ms Razek said they are very well-suited to the property.

“After receiving numerous applications and employing a rigorous selection process, we’ve found a suitable tenant to call this exceptional, one of a kind property their home.

“I could not think of a more suitable tenant for this property. It truly is perfect for them.”

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