Subiaco revival a big drawcard for apartment residents

Subiaco revival a big drawcard for apartment residents
Subiaco revival a big drawcard for apartment residents

RESIDENTS have moved into Pindan’s recently completed Viridian China Green development in Subiaco and are making the most of the location and amenities.

Helene Topaloudis, who moved into her apartment last month was attracted by the development’s proximity to the city and the beach.

“Subiaco is going through a bit of a makeover and I want to be a part of that,” she said.

“Having everything I need at arm’s length has been the best thing about moving and I am loving my new apartment lifestyle.”

Pindan Realty sales consultant Randy Hayes said Viridian had been a successful project in terms of sales in what was a challenging apartment market.

“Viridian is in a great location and is well priced,” he said.

“The area is full of life and Subiaco continues to show solid long-term growth in property prices when compared with the Perth average.

“This is a great example of how a good infill development works – quality apartments in a great central location.”

Viridian China Green consists of 74 apartments with quality features such as stone benchtops, European appliances, reverse-cycle airconditioning, CCTV, audiovisual intercom and secure underground parking.

The development also includes a number of common areas, including an equipped gym with steam room and an expansive rooftop terrace, with barbecue area and Teppanyaki bar, that offers views of Kings Park, and Perth city.

With the recent sale of two three-bedroom penthouses, only a handful of apartments remain, including a one-bedroom studio priced at $405,000, a selection of two-bedroom apartments from $705,000 and the final two three-bedroom penthouses from $1.06 million.

The apartments at 2 Wembley Court Subiaco can be viewed on Saturdays and Sundays between 10.30am-12.30pm. n