The SOKO skyhomes (all images) start from $2.9 millionA virtual butler that can book a nanny, a limo, even a dog walker, is just one of the features included at SOKO Waterfront West End.The 120 riverfront apartment complex was recently completed by developer, Spyre Group, with the two luxury skyhome penthouses officially launched on March 15. The skyhomes are on the market from $2.9 to $3.2 million.Spyre Group director Andrew Malouf said the finishes in the skyhomes were a key feature, with the internal gardens and “real lawn” among the selling points.“They have 50sq m of real lawn, or artificial turf if they want, so they aren’t downsizing and sacrificing that outdoor entertaining space,” he said. “You could turn it into a putting green if you really wanted to.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoThe skyhomes are located on level eight of the SOKO Waterfront complex, and have VIP lift access. Mr Malouf said skyhome residents could be as “private as they wish”.One bedroom apartments within the $78.3 million development have already sold out, with two bedroom apartments starting from $584,000. Three bedroom apartments start from $979,000 and four bedroom apartments start from $1.679 million.The building and apartments were designed by architects, Vabasis, with Dunn and Moran behind the landscaping and Harward+Brown in charge of the interiors.Each apartment includes quality appliances, ducted airconditioning, block out blinds and washers and dryers. Two and three bedroom apartments have more features, with an in-built coffee machine and wine fridge located in the three bedroom residences.Communal features include a rooftop infinity swimming pool, barbecue and outdoor kitchen, sauna, bike racks, car numberplate recognition systems and CCTV. Every resident has access to the virtual butler system.Spyre Group has another two projects in the pipeline, Elysian Broadbeach and Zahra New Farm.