Just 5km from the CBD, Chase Apartments offers one-bedroom apartments from $315,000 and two-bedroom apartments from $380,000.
The 10-level mixed-used building will have 194 residential apartments above two ground-floor commercial lots.
Finbar chief operations officer Ronald Chan said Chase Apartments was meeting demand for affordable housing options close to the city.
“We are finding that Chase has particular appeal to first-home buyers who are looking for an affordable entry to the property market and FIFO workers who can see the benefit of its proximity to Perth Airport and other transport links,” he said.
Selling agent Wayne Briggs, of Orange House, said they were seeing a lot of interest from savvy local investors and owner-occupiers alike.
The apartments will have high quality finishes including reconstituted stone benchtops, European-styled appliances and multi-split unit airconditioning.
Residents will have access to an 18m solar-heated pool, pool lounge, games room with pool table, outdoor barbecue facilities, fully equipped gymnasium and sauna.
Centrally located, Chase Apartments will be within minutes of main transport routes and public transport hubs.
“We have put buyers at the centre of where they need to be, with Centenary Park, restaurants, cafes, Crown Perth and the new Perth Stadium all just minutes away,” Mr Chan said.
Chase is part of a rejuvenation of the area that will also include the nearby Golden Gateway precinct.
Construction is expected to commence in late 2016. Visit www.chasebelmont.com.au.