Popular Vic Quarter project set to become “new heart of Vic Park”

An artist's impression of the soon-to-be complete Vic Quarter development.
An artist's impression of the soon-to-be complete Vic Quarter development.

IN an economic climate where many developments require a certain amount of off-the-plan sales before construction can start, Celsius Property Group is bucking the trend.

It is about to complete its Vic Quarter apartment project, which has been built without one apartment being sold.

“The owners, the Fowler Group, wanted no sales until the building is complete so that buyers can experience the quality and features on offer and have a choice of all apartments,” managing director Richard Pappas said.

The development has also had little fanfare but despite the lack of marketing, just an on-site sign and word of mouth, |interest has been strong, with more than 700 registrations of interest received.

Mr Pappas said the building was set to become the new heart of Victoria Park.

Designed by Hillam Architects and built by Pact Construction, the mixed-use complex will include 101 studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, and four penthouses.

With more than 30 floor plans and a range of interior design options and upgrades on offer, buyers can choose from over 80 combinations to create a home to suit their style.

Residents will also have access to two resort-style leisure decks with city views, landscaping and barbecue, dining and lounge facilities, and a ground floor gym, garden, pool and cabana.

Several commercial ground-floor units are earmarked for dining and retail business and are intended to create a social hub within the community.

One of the first to open will be the Denmark-based Boston Brewing Co.

Vic Quarter’s location at 650 Albany Highway also puts it close to the lifestyle hub of Victoria Park with easy access to Crown Perth, the river and city.

A fabulous lifestyle is not the only benefit on offer at Vic Quarter.

Solar panels will help offset the common power load of the building to reduce strata levies for all owners and Carbon Energy Management Technologies will give residents real-time access to their power consumption levels via an app.

With such strong interest already shown, Celsius has launched its VQIP program to give potential buyers a chance to look at the plans, sign an expression of interest and take part in a private tour of the completed building ahead of the public launch planned for October.

Five display apartments and a penthouse will be fully furnished and available for viewing.

Prices have not been finalised but are expected to start from $330,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, $450,000 for two-bedroom homes and from $700,000 for three-bedroom residences.

The penthouses will be priced from $1.05 million.

For details, visit www.vicquarter.com.au or call 6144 0700.

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