BOTANICAL in Subiaco has already registered 25 per cent pre-sales prior to its official launch this week.
A joint project between Subiaco’s Hillam Architects and Edge Visionary Living, the five-storey development is located in the heart of Subiaco Common with views across the ornamental lake and back towards the city.
Edge Visionary Living managing director Gavin Hawkins said 19 of the 74 luxury apartments were either sold or under offer prior to this weekend’s public launch.
“We are absolutely delighted with the pre-sale response,” he said.
“It highlights Botanical’s superior design and up-market location.
“The interest is coming mainly from owner-occupiers – many of whom are local residents looking to downsize.”
Mr Hawkins said Botanical was designed around a naturally ventilated atrium, with each floor connected with a sky-bridge that included planter boxes with reticulation and cascading internal garden features.
The rooftop would include a 25m heated infinity pool, private dining facilities, open-air theatre, gymnasium and herb garden.
“For residents, Botanical offers high-end apartment living that combines all the convenience of an inner-city lifestyle on the doorstep of one of Perth’s best parkland settings,” Mr Hawkins said.
“We’ve looked to create something very special and unique that offers convenience and lifestyle that we think will become Subiaco’s finest apartment address.
“It’s really the best of both worlds and redefines apartment living in Subiaco.”
Award-winning architect David Hillam, whose firm was the design team behind the recently completed Aria Apartments in Swanbourne, said Botanical had been designed with its setting in mind.
“Our team has sought to create a building that brings the outside in and uses materials and internal and external plantings that tie the building to its unique parkland setting,” he said.
“It’s a building that we are extremely proud of and will over time become a landmark address in Subiaco.”
The Botanical display suite at 74 Price Street, opposite Subiaco Common, will be open to the public this Saturday, October 15, and Sunday, October 16, from 11am to 3pm.
For more information visit www.botanicalsubiaco. com.au. n