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Sayre by Mosaic is influenced by the elegant curves of Art Deco, blended with a contemporary, urban look and feel. The name itself is a nod to the building's heritage. A popular figure in the art deco period of the roaring 20s, Zelda Sayre was also the wife of Great Gatsby author, F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Mosaic is excited to unveil Sayre, a new local icon of fifty-six sophisticated residences situated at the heart of Windsor. Prominently positioned in one of Brisbane’s most coveted young professional hubs, Sayre has been designed to appeal to those who crave connection to the energy of the city.
Sayre offers a new level of design for the area, as well as for Mosaic. We wanted to challenge our designers to come up with something beyond anything we’ve built before, and that’s exactly what Sayre by Mosaic is.
The building is influenced by the elegant curves of Art Deco, blended with a contemporary, urban look and feel. The name itself is a nod to the building’s heritage. A popular figure in the art deco period of the roaring 20s, Zelda Sayre was also the wife of Great Gatsby author, F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Situated just 3km from the CBD and 2km from Fortitude Valley, Sayre by Mosaic boasts unrivalled access to city lifestyle. Sayre’s superior positioning is sure to be the envy of all. Situated close to transport, it’s minutes to high-class shopping, dining, and other key amenities. Residents enjoy access to secure undercover residential parking and stunning CBD views from the rooftop terrace, featuring a luxury pool.
Sensible design elements maximise energy efficiency and sustainability in these oversized 2 and 3 bedroom homes. Each apartment offers expansive open-plan living, high ceilings, spacious bedrooms, architectural fixtures and finishes, and large private balconies or courtyards. Together with modern designer kitchens, sumptuous bathrooms, and a sense of spaciousness, it’s only natural that a night in feels just as tempting as a night out.
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