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Greenland Australia announces Coles as anchor tenant at  Macquarie Park development nbh

Greenland Australia announces Coles as anchor tenant at Macquarie Park development nbh

Sydney, 3 September 2019 –​ Greenland Australia has confirmed Coles as the anchor supermarket tenant at its masterplanned community in the north-west Sydney suburb of Macquarie Park, ‘nbh at Lachlan’s Line’. Coles will be a major drawcard in the new 5,000sqm Lachlan’s Square Village, which features a retail High Street, outdoor dining and restaurants, plus a range of health, fitness and service providers. Lachlan’s Square will also feature a medical and wellness centre, a gym, a community centre, day care facilities, a children’s playground and a public amphitheatre. With construction set to commence next month, Coles will occupy the ground level underneath the Habitat, Hideaway and Hearth buildings at nbh, three of the four buildings in Stage One of the development, along with the prominent Nexus building located on the corner of Epping Road and Delhi Road. Due for completion

Shifting tides: modern-day buyers spending big on  CBD penthouse apartments over suburban homes

Shifting tides: modern-day buyers spending big on CBD penthouse apartments over suburban homes

Sydney, 26 July 2019 – Buyers at Greenland Australia’s recently-completed residential project, Omnia, in Potts Point, have countered the common perception that apartment living provides a compromise when a suburban house is out of price range. With apartments in the striking landmark building selling out quickly, many buyers have made conscious decisions to purchase apartments over stand-alone suburban homes based on their lifestyle preferences. Characterised by its curvaceous hourglass shaped façade sitting atop a sculptured podium, the $262 million Durbach Block Jaggers-designed Omnia building is ideally located between Victoria Street and Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point. Omnia was also recognised with the High-Rise City Apartment Development award at the recent Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards, further confirming the project’s quality and the purchasing decisions of city-focussed buyers. In addition, Greenland Australia’s parent company, Greenland Group, which is renowned for high-rise developments

Furnished and styled apartments proving a head-turner in  slower off-the-plan market

Furnished and styled apartments proving a head-turner in slower off-the-plan market

Sydney, 18 June 2019 – With Sydney’s residential property market currently experiencing a slowdown, many property developers are looking for new ways to encourage potential buyers to inspect their apartments. However leading property developer, Greenland Australia, has noticed that the long-established approach of styling is leading to a boost in sales and enquiries at the company’s recently-completed Potts Point development ‘Omnia’. To coincide with Omnia’s official opening late last year, Greenland Australia had an apartment on level three fully furnished and professionally styled for guests to inspect – and it subsequently sold within a week. Following the sale, the furniture was moved to another unsold apartment, promptly resulting in an upsurge in sales interest for that particular apartment. Capitalising on these increased interest levels, Greenland has now commenced rotating the furniture throughout all remaining stock at Omnia as a means

Greenland brings international ultra-high-rise tower expertise to Sydney

Greenland brings international ultra-high-rise tower expertise to Sydney

Sydney, 13 June 2019 – Internationally-acclaimed high-rise developer Greenland Group, ranked 252 on the latest Fortune Global 500 list, with USD$99 billion worth of assets globally, boasts some of the world’s tallest buildings in its impressive portfolio, and now, Sydney will be next to receive one of Greenland’s landmark ultra-high-rise towers. The company’s local arm, Greenland Australia, is bringing Greenland’s high-rise experience to Australia with the construction of the mixed-use landmark building Greenland Centre Sydney, which is set to become the harbour city’s tallest residential building at 235 metres (771 feet). Located at 115 Bathurst Street, Sydney, the $700M BVN and Woods Bagot-designed tower will feature 481 residences over 67 storeys, all of which will have stunning views. To date, construction on 27 of the tower’s 67 floors has been completed, with the floor slabs and lift core rising at a steady

First of Omnia’s three luxury penthouses revealed

First of Omnia’s three luxury penthouses revealed

Sydney, 7 June 2019 – The first of three luxury penthouses in Greenland Australia’s recently opened Omnia apartment building in Potts Point, The Regal, has now reached settlement, with the buyer set to move in. Sold prior to release, the 294sqm dual-level penthouse was specially configured to suit the buyer’s particular requirements and features four bedrooms – each with an ensuite – as well as a living space on each floor, a designer kitchen and an expansive city and harbour-facing balcony. Positioned on the southern end of the building, the penthouse offers spectacular views from all rooms, taking in Rushcutters Bay in the east, to Kings Cross, across William Street to Darlinghurst, and through to the CBD, including the Sydney Opera House. With interiors designed by Studioaria, finishes, fixtures and fittings include: a fully integrated C-bus home automation system controlling

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