THE revitalisation of Midland continues, with the launch of Psaros’ Woodbridge on Green project this month.
There was a strong response from buyers with 28 of the 79 boutique apartments selling on the first weekend.
The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority’s (MRA) identified Midland as an important retail and commercial hub, and a strategic metropolitan centre and has a vision is to transform the city centre, revitalise the gateway to the nearby Swan Valley tourist region and deliver significant economic, social and environmental benefits.
It is estimated $4.7 billion will be injected into the local community.
Woodbridge on Green will be built on land owned by the WA Department of Communities (formerly The Housing Authority) and Psaros chief executive Danny Psaros said it was perfectly positioned to take advantage of Midland’s exciting and vibrant future.
“This location, close to existing and planned infrastructure – transport, shopping, schools, parks and entertainment – is part of the huge appeal of Woodbridge on Green,” he said.
“These apartments have been designed with the future in mind, and include sustainability features that will keep your investment relevant for the future and in so, help capital growth.
“They will be quality built, well located and most of all, very affordable.”
Woodbridge on Green is on Yelverton Drive, opposite Coal Dam Park and near the new vibrant hub of Railway Square and Midland train station.
Buyers will have a choice of one, two or three-bedroom apartments in the five-storey complex, with prices starting from $339,000.
The development will include secure underground parking and storage, solar energy and water efficient features, energy efficient lighting and appliances and an EV charging station.
For more information go to www.woodbridgeongreen.com.au or visit the sales office at 15 Yelverton Drive, Woodbridge, on weekends from 2-4pm and Wednesdays from 5-7pm.