Aqualuna bridges a boutique gap
7-8 April 2017
Tourist favourite. Harbourside gem. Gateway to the north shore. Milsons Point is many things, but brand-spanking new apartment buildings are not usually on its CV.
That’s what makes Aqualuna such a rarity. The eight-storey luxury building from developer Zone Q with architecture and interiors by Koichi Takada is one of only a handful of multi-residential buildings to be built in the suburb over the past few years.
Colliers International residential project marketing director Selda MacDonald says there is shortage of premium, boutique apartments on the lower north shore.
“Aqualuna is… Read more
All the right unique curves
22 April 2017
Sydney’s harbour front will soon have a new silhouette on the horizon, as the tightly-held suburb of Milsons Point continues to grow. The eight-storey Aqualuna, scheduled for completion next December, is Zone Q Investments’ latest development.
It will consist of 63 boutique apartments, with a total project value expected to reach $155 million.
The eight-storey complex will showcase a design by globally acclaimed Koichi Takada Architects.
Unlike other properties in the area, Aqualuna will feature a unique build, with curves on its external building facade designed to reflect the natural flow of its… Read more
Aria Plans To Add More Rainforest To The Concrete Jungle
THE URBAN DEVELOPER
11 April 2017
Brisbane City Council have received plans from Aria Property Group that propose a mixed-use residential development at 77 Hope Street, South Brisbane with a unique rainforest-like exterior.
The plans for 77 Hope street include 216 generously sized apartments ranging from one, two and three bedrooms, all with private balconies that offer city views. There are residential amenities are located on the rooftop, including a 50 metre lap pool, gym, yoga room, change-room facilities, private dining room, theatre as well as external BBQ and seating areas for passive and active recreation.
On the ground… Read more
Penthouse sale in Sydney’s Waterloo sets record unit price
20 April 2017
The sale of a three-bedroom penthouse for nearly $3.6 million has broken records in Sydney’s inner-city Waterloo and Zetland, as dwelling values continue to soar across the city.
The top-floor apartment at Sydney-based developer Crown Group’s Infinity project sold for $3,598,650 this month, the highest priced apartment in the neighbourhood.
The purchase was the final sale for the $575m, 401-apartment development in the Green Square precinct, which raked in $380m in sales in one day when it launched in 2015.
Hundreds of hopeful buyers had lined up outside the Iwan Sunito-led private… Read more