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Aqualand breaks its own sales record

People & Companies / Latest News

Australia / Sydney

Jul 10 2018

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Aqualand has just broken its own sales record with the sale of the last remaining penthouse at Blue at Lavender Bay, located at 61 Lavender Street, Milsons Point for c. $10.5million.

Last month, Aqualand sold its first penthouse in its flagship Blue at Lavender Bay development for a record c.$9million, which was the highest price paid for an apartment in the locale at the time of sale.

Alex Adams, Aqualand’s head of sales and marketing, said, “We are extremely pleased to have secured buyers for both penthouses in such a short period of time, illustrating the resilience of the north shore prime property market.”

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse totals 170sqm of internal space and boasts panoramic views across Sydney Harbour, the Eastern suburbs and the North Sydney skyline from its grand wrap around balcony.

The sale was brokered by CBRE.

“Blue at Lavender Bay will bring the very best that Sydney has to offer in terms of location, lifestyle and design.

The existing structure at 61 Lavender Street is optimised for generous space and unparalleled views and we are looking forward to creating a new Sydney address that exceeds all expectations. The development of 129 luxury residential apartments and 4 premium retail lots promises uncompromising quality, the best fixtures and finishes in market, complete with an exceptional customer sales experience – defining factors that our customers have come to know and love about Aqualand” notes Alex Adams.

Construction has recently commenced on the project and is scheduled for completion in mid 2020.

Sub-penthouses with three-bedrooms and three bathrooms are still available for sale and priced from $4.1million. With construction underway, a new, immersive and interactive sales suite opens later this month at 118 Alfred St, Milsons Point.



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