The transformation of Macquarie Park in Sydney is ramping up
- 90% of the first release at Midtown MacPark in Sydney is sold
- Soul Residences will offer a mix of 103 one, two and three-bedroom apartments
- First 10 eligible buyers can secure an apartment with $10K deposit down
The transformation of Macquarie Park in Sydney is ramping up, with 90% of the first release at Midtown MacPark now sold and the next building, Soul Residences, being launched by Frasers Property Australia next month.
Soul Residences will offer a mix of 103 one, two and three-bedroom apartments over 20 levels overlooking the central Village Green.
“With the advantage of a master plan incorporating plenty of green space and community facilities, we are already receiving strong enquiries for these new apartments by the park in the heart of Midtown.”Nigel Edgar, GM Development NSW, Frasers Property
“Future residents of Soul Residences will have everything they need on their doorstep, and they now have a chance to secure their preferred apartment with a deposit of just $10,000.”The first eligible purchasers need only put down $10,000 initially, then pay the balance over 15 months. Indicative pricing for one-bedroom apartments starts from $655,000 to $805,000, two-bedroom apartments start from $895,000 to $1,050,000, and three-bedroom apartments start from $1,560,000 to $1,910,000.
The new building is designed by leading architects Candalepas Associates, the award-winning firm behind Darling Mills North Rocks, President Avenue apartments, Waterloo Street Apartments, the AHL Headquarters and more.
“We have sought to develop something that has warmth and gives presence to the reflection of colour in people’s faces,” says Angelo Candalepas, CEO of Candalepas Associates.
“The building has forms that look like leaves reaching out for sunlight and the entire project itself is a garden in this way; reaching out for the sunlight and developing beautiful rooms that face toward the sun and the streets as well as the centre-garden.”
Construction of Soul Residences is set to begin in the fourth quarter of 2021 with completion expected in the fourth quarter, 2023.
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