Greenland Australia rolled out the red carpet for over 130 invited guests at Primus Hotel on the night of Saturday, 30 October. Purchasers from Greenland’s first completed apartment building in Australia, Lucent at North Sydney, rubbed shoulders with company directors, staff, architects and builders who all played a part in turning this splendid concept design into reality. They were joined in Sydney’s newest 5-star hotel for dinner by a few people who bought off the plan at Omnia, Potts Point, and Leichhardt Green, Leichhardt.
Greenland Australia, Managing Director, Sherwood Luo, told guests, “The conventional belief is that there are ‘4 Ps’ in modern marketing, namely Product, Price, Promotion and Place. I would add another P to this list – Purchasers. Without your belief in Greenland’s market offering, and your decision to buy our properties, we wouldn’t have a successful business.
“Greenland Australia is here for the long-haul, and determined to support its purchasers after contracts are signed, payments are made and people begin to enjoy their new home or investment. We are proud of our ability to transform concept plans into reality and share the resulting property value uplift with our purchasers. Each project is designed to achieve this outcome.”
Lucent buyer Barry Li outlined why he and his wife decided to buy an investment property there, and lead architect Kevin Driver from Turner spoke about the challenge of turning the well-resolved apartment building into reality. These VIPs were joined by David Madden from MBM quantity surveyors and Gregg Armstrong from Richard Crookes Constructions, which managed the build and delivered a quality product ahead of schedule.
A number of prizes were up for grabs. There was a night’s accommodation and buffet breakfast for two, a three course dinner, and a high tea at The Wilmot proudly sponsored by Primus Hotel. Greenland Australia gave away an $8,000 discount on purchasing an nbh at Lachlan’s Line property to another lucky winner.
Stage 2 of nbh at Lachlan’s Line, Macquarie Park, was explained and guests enjoyed traditional Chinese entertainment, with traditional harp playing and mask-changing acts during the dinner.
• Information about nbh at Lachlan’s Line is available by calling 0434 388 788 or visiting http://nbhsydney.com/ Stage 2 will be released in November.
• The rapid mask-changing technique, known as Bian Lian, is one of the most ancient art forms of Sichuan Opera and takes many years to perfect. By waving their arms and twisting their heads, performers can change their painted masks repeatedly.