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Buyers spend about $84 million at Aqualuna launch weekend

12 May 2017
Isabella Arena


In a matter of hours, eager buyers have snapped up over half the apartments available at the new Milsons Point development, Aqualuna.

Buyers exchanged contracts worth around $84 million, with 35 out of the 63 apartments sold over two days at the launch.

Colliers International Director of Residential Project Marketing, Selda MacDonald said the strong buyer interest reflects the high buyer demand for Milsons Point luxury property.

“There is a shortage of premium, boutique apartments in the market,” Ms MacDonald said.

“Buyers have been attracted to Aqualuna because it is so close to the Sydney CBD and everything that Sydney has to offer, while being tucked away in its own little wonderland oasis.”

The nine-storey Zone Q Investments development will also feature a unique curved design by globally acclaimed Koichi Takada Architects.

At 30 Alfred St South, the development has a selection of one, two, and three-bedroom boutique apartments, and also penthouses.

Prices range from $890,000 for a one-bedroom, through to $2.6 million for three-bedroom apartments, with penthouse prices available on request.

The development will feature a communal residence terrace, and is scheduled to be completed by Christmas next year.

CoreLogic data shows the median Milsons Point unit price of $1.919 million has increased by 110.9 per cent over the past five years.

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