Harvest Rise Soil Turning
Harvest Rise Soil Turning Ceremony
Harvest Rise is officially underway, with a recent Soil Turning Ceremony marking the special occasion. The team behind Harvest Rise, Intrapac Property, also received their latest EnviroDevelopment certification during the launch, making them the most awarded developer in Australia for UDIA EnviroDevelopment Certifications.
Harvest Rise is the third Queensland project for the company, following quickly behind its limited-release Allerton Park project, which is 100% sold out.
“We spent a lot of time searching for the perfect land in South-East Queensland and at Harvest Rise we tick every box. It’s set on a natural high-point amongst stunning rolling hills, with views stretching to White Rock Spring Mountain and the Scenic Rim. The location is close to everything, with Brisbane (34kms or 28 minutes away) and Logan (15kms away) an easy drive via major highways or public transport,” says Maxwell Shifman, Chief Operating Officer for Intrapac Property.
The name Harvest Rise alludes to the once abundant fields of grapes that grew on the land. In keeping with the beautiful surrounds, you can plan your own idyllic life at Harvest Rise with spacious lots adjacent to a conservation corridor, and with every lot within a short walk or cycle from a park.
Harvest Rise invites you to be part of a neighbourhood that is built on living a healthy, happy lifestyle. Local shops, schools, recreation areas and sporting fields are just minutes away.
Harvest Rise has been certified an UDIA EnviroDevelopment in all six categories – the highest achievable level. This independent certification highlights the sustainable aspects that Harvest Rise excels in, in the areas of ecosystems, waste, energy, materials, water and community.
“Building your dream home at Harvest Rise means you’ll enjoy the healthy lifestyle benefits and energy cost savings that come with this level of sustainability, protecting your investment for the long term” says Shifman, whose company specialises in creating inspiring environments – places people want to spend time, work and live in areas all around Australia.