Tribeca Apartments

292 Boundary Street, Brisbane, Australia

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    Apartment So Close to the City


    Tribeca Apartments? Is it any good? You see, this apartment was not my first choice. I'd booked another apartment - somewhere near Auchenflower - via an online portal. But I was only told that I would not be able to get that unit has it was overbooked and the online company provided for us an alternative lodging.

    Well, it turned out to be quite an alright place that was situated very close to the city. I arrived at about 5pm and the staf at the front desk was about to leave for the day. Thank goodness that I caught him on time or else I think we have to pick up the keys from some box or something.

    There were limited car park lots but still, never once I had to park outside the gated lots. I'd booked a two-bedroom apartment and was given the third level. The walkway to the apartment was pretty decent with the carpeted flooring and nicely painted wall. The only thing that's not very welcoming was that the air was pretty stale as the walkway poorly ventilated.

    It was a pretty welcoming sight when we first opened the door. Parquet flooring marks the entrance to our unit. Also, almost all the floorings, kitchenware and household appliances were new. I'd said ALMOST as there was a missing kitchen door, and there were cracked tiles too.

    But overall, it was still a pretty good deal.

    Unique Quality: What made up for it was definitely its closeness to the city, making it a very conducive place to have a shut-eye as the city turns quiet after 8pm, and also the size of the living room and also the bedrooms were more than able to accommodate the four persons in my family.

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