The view from apartment 3501/140 Alice St, Brisbane City. Pic supplied.Simon Caulfield of Place Estate Agents – Kangaroo Point, who handled the offmarket sale, said the vendors bought the property at 3501/140 Alice Street off-the-plan for $3.7 million. MORE: Brisbane’s bat cave has sold An artist’s impression of the inside of one of the apartments in Abian. An artist’s impression of the interiors and views from an apartment in Abian.It is the third apartment Mr Caufield has sold in the building in the past 12 months.In December, 2017, he sold an apartment for $3.9 million and in April, he sold the penthouse for $4.21 million. Mr Caulfield said they had spent around $200,000 on improvements, including upgraded finishes and new kitchen appliances, which meant they had made about $500,000 on the sale.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoThe spa and sauna facilities in the Abian building at 140 Alice St, Brisbane City. Pic supplied.He said the buyers had seen value in the Brisbane residential market, having purchased rural properties and a coastal asset as well as the high-end apartment.“Because they travel a lot, they love the concierge and privacy (Abian offers),” Mr Caulfield said. The foyer of the Abian building at 140 Alice St, Brisbane City. Pic supplied.“Everything is at their doorstep being in the CBD, including their son being able to get to school easily at Churchie.”No photos were ever taken of the inside of the unit because it never went to market publicly. An artist’s impression of the Abian building against the Brisbane CBD backdrop.THE former owners of an apartment in one of Brisbane’s most luxurious residential towers have made half a million dollars on the sale of the property, cementing the strength in the city’s high-end unit market.A wealthy Chinese family has paid $4.5 million for the four-bedroom, three-bathroom unit in Abian — a record price for a resale in the building.