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Sydney’s latest luxury penthouse offering unveiled

Sydney’s latest luxury penthouse offering unveiled

Sydney, 17 October 2018 – Greenland Australia’s highly-anticipated new Omnia apartment building is already rivalling the adjacent iconic Coca-Cola sign for top spot as Potts Point’s new landmark, as the 19-storey tower has its scaffolding removed. With construction almost complete, the $262 million Durbach Block Jaggers-designed building, ideally located between Victoria Street and Darlinghurst Road, is already characterised by its curvaceous hourglass angles, which sit atop a sculptured podium. The building’s reconfigured top floor will showcase three new dual-level penthouse apartments, priced from $12 million to $15 million, with one already sold prior to release. With the first residents expected to start moving in next month, 125 apartments have sold, with only five remaining, in addition to the two penthouses at the building’s summit. Greenland Australia’s Managing Director, Sherwood Luo, said the four-bedroom, city-view penthouses have received a high number of enquiries prior to launch, with potential buyers keen on its unique location and dazzling views of the Harbour. “Apart from

Sydney’s north-western residential hub taking shape as new towers emerge

Sydney’s north-western residential hub taking shape as new towers emerge

Sydney, 5 September 2018 – The future Macquarie Park residential precinct in north-western Sydney is gaining an increasingly defined profile, with the first towers of Greenland Australia’s ‘nbh at Lachlan’s Line’ now becoming firmly established on the suburb’s skyline. Greenland Australia acquired Lot 104 and 105 of the Lachlan’s Line in late 2015, with DA approval granted for the construction of the1.53-hectare site with 900 apartments and 5,500sqm of retail floor space. Greenland Australia’s construction partner, Ganellen, commenced construction of the site’s first buildings in December 2017, with completion expected in the fourth quarter of 2019. Now, residents of Sydney’s north-west are getting their first glimpse of the ‘nbh at Lachlan’s Line’ precinct, with the development’s three western towers rising from the site, at the junction of Epping Road and Delhi Road. The four residential towers – known as Habitat, Hideaway, Hearth, Nexus will ultimately rise to 17 storeys and wrap around the future Lachlan’s Square, just 200 metres from

Retailers sought for one of Sydney’s largest  urban renewal projects… Park Sydney

Retailers sought for one of Sydney’s largest urban renewal projects… Park Sydney

Sydney, 3 September 2018 – Greenland Golden Horse, a joint venture between Greenland Australia and GH Australia, is seeking retailers for Stage 1 of its mixed-use residential development ‘Park Sydney’, in Erskineville, in Sydney’s inner-west. Park Sydney will offer 10,000sqm of retail amenity, including a 4,000sqm full-range supermarket, 1,000sqm of specialty and everyday convenience shops, 1,200sqm of food and beverage dining experiences, a 2,200sqm fresh food market, as well as a childcare and medical centre. The site will also offer secure underground retail parking and fully weather protected alfresco outdoor dining spaces overlooking the adjacent 7,450 sqm parkland. Park Sydney Shopping Village will provide everyday needs shopping experiences to an existing 26,000 resident population in the immediate vicinity and will ultimately serve more than 35,000 residents in the gentrified main trade area by 2026. The construction DA for Stage 1, approved by the City of Sydney in February 2018, includes approximately 330 apartments across two buildings. The retail offering, slated

Greenland Australia appoints Richard Crookes Constructions as construction partner for Stage 1 of Park Sydney

Greenland Australia appoints Richard Crookes Constructions as construction partner for Stage 1 of Park Sydney

Sydney, 9 August 2018 – At a contract signing and soil turning ceremony this morning, Greenland Australia and their joint venture partner, GH Australia, officially appointed Richard Crookes Constructions as their construction partner for Stage 1 of ‘Park Sydney’ in Erskineville, in Sydney’s inner-west. Encompassing 6.9 hectares, the masterplanned residential community will be one of the largest urban renewal projects in Sydney and will ultimately feature nine development blocks ranging in height from two to eight storeys. The masterplan Development Application (DA) approved on 3 March 2017 is expected to result in approximately 1,400 apartments built over five stages. Park Sydney will also feature a 7,446sqm public park (McPherson Park), and major retail amenity including a full-range supermarket and specialty shops. The construction DA for Stage 1, approved by the City of Sydney in February 2018, includes circa 330 apartments across two buildings, a fresh food precinct, eat street, medical centre and a childcare centre. Greenland Australia’s Managing Director, Sherwood

Construction Begins at Park Sydney, Erskineville

Construction Begins at Park Sydney, Erskineville Greenland Australia and its joint venture partner GH Australia plan to transform the 6.9-hectare light industrial site between Ashmore Street and Coulson Street in Erskineville, in Sydney’s inner south, into a beautiful new mixed-use development that features modern design. It is proposed to have nine development blocks with buildings ranging in height from two to eight storeys, a 7,446-square metre public park (McPherson Park), and a major 10,000-square metre shopping centre including a full-range supermarket, specialty shops, cafes and restaurants. There will also be a wide shared walkway along the full length of the site linking Ashmore Street with Coulson Street (Kooka Walk), new streets and major stormwater infrastructure, communal play areas and 60 – 90 childcare spaces. The Masterplan Development Application (DA) approved on 3 March 2017 may see around 1400 apartments built over five-stages. Stage 1 sales launched in early June 2017 and includes two buildings, Botany and Cascade, in the north-east corner

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