Situated on the sweeping bias of the suburb’s main artery, it’s rare to find a new development with such a premium location in the heart of Teneriffe.

Yet Fabric is just a brief stroll to the riverfront – the silky water threads throughout Teneriffe’s past and present. The wharf shaped this area: an old naval base and centre of Queensland’s wool trade, dictating the form of the neighbourhood’s industrial heritage and construction. Today, the Brisbane River is still intrinsic: for its ferry terminal and transport links; for cafés with uninterrupted water views; and for exercise – run, jog, ride or simply meander along the boardwalk.

Teneriffe is less about glamour, and more about the genuine charm of niche designers and vintage retail; and the intimate, quirky venues around Vernon Street: specialist bars, craft breweries and authentic dining experiences.