Precinct starting to take shape

Precinct starting to take shape
Precinct starting to take shape
Precinct starting to take shape
Precinct starting to take shape

The tower, comprising food and beverage tenancies at ground level and apartments over 20 floors, is designed to achieve a five-star Greenstar energy rating, which will be the highest ever achieved for a residential tower in WA.

Units are available in a range of configurations, from one-bedroom, one-bathroom units to three-bedroom, three-|bathroom units with large balconies.

“The top four floors are our exclusive Sky homes product,” Norup + Wilson director John Norup said.

“These 24 unique homes have numerous inclusions such as speakers, kitchen upgrades, theatre cabinets, barbecue and stonetop to balconies, feature wall in bedrooms and most importantly have their own sky lounge with wine cellar, Vintec fridge and private dining room on the roof of the building.”

The units can be customised to suit owners’ colour choices and other customised changes required and come complete with appliances including a dishwasher, induction cooktop, microwave, oven and dryer.

Mr Norup said low strata fees were another benefit to buyers.

“Our goal is to have the strata fees so well managed that it is cheaper than the cost of maintaining your own individual home,” he said.

BGC, a wholly owned and well-reputed WA company, is starting forward works on the site, including demolition and piling works.

Visit www.norupwilson.com for more information. n