A rare opportunity to buy into Sydney’s Lower North Shore
SPONSORED CONTENT: Aqualand’s ‘Blue at Lavender Bay’ will convert office space to new luxury residences with commanding views over Sydney.
Complementing its commitment to creating more beautiful, inspirational living environments, Aqualand has officially opened the doors to a premium sales and display gallery for its latest pinnacle project, Blue at Lavender Bay.
Laying claim to a coveted, waterfront address in the recently rated ‘most liveable suburb ’ in Sydney, the new development is set to offer the finest in luxury living, with uninterrupted views across Sydney’s iconic harbour and Northern skyline.
The property has been aptly named ‘Blue’ to echo its waterfront location and pay homage to the historical figures of Milsons Point – George Lavender and Susannah Blue.
The 129 beautifully appointed luxury one, two and three-bedroom residences will provide the ultimate Sydney lifestyle, with stunning views surrounded by an abundance of restaurants and cafés, while still being just a walk away from the city and close to all modes of public transport.
Recognising the site is potentially one of the last significant opportunities for residential development in Milsons Point, Aqualand’s Head of Sales and Marketing, Alex Adams, says the development company jumped at the project: “The opportunity to find a site on the harbour foreshore is really limited. This project allows us to bring something unique to the market.”
Aqualand plans to strip back the existing commercial office building, optimising the current structure to be more generous with ceiling heights and floor plans, and taking advantage of arguably one of the world’s most stunning views.
Blue residents will be afforded the benefits of inner-city living with the chance to step away from the hustle and bustle; enjoying their expansive winter gardens, fritted glass privacy screens and curving balconies, taking in the best that Sydney has to offer in terms of location, lifestyle and design.
The grand residences (in both size and stature) have been conceptualised by architectural firm PTW to include premium Gaggenau appliances, natural stone kitchens, stone floors, extensive joinery, larger open-plan living areas, and generous sized bedrooms and ensuites.
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