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Jan
16
2019

CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON NEW $500M COMMUNITY AT WATERLOO, MASTERY BY CROWN GROUP

CREATING AFFORDABLE RESORT-STYLE LIVING IN AN APPEALING NEW SYDNEY PRECINCT

16 January 2019 – Construction has started on Sydney’s highly sought-after new residential development, Mastery by Crown Group, in Waterloo. When completed in 2021, it will offer an affordable resort-style destination in the heart of Waterloo, complete with luxurious apartments set in a lush new precinct only minutes from Sydney’s heart.

Located at 48 O’Dea Avenue, Waterloo, the highly-anticipated $500 million project, being developed in partnership with Mitsubishi Jisho Residence, Mastery by Crown Group will comprise 374 luxury apartments in five distinct buildings. It will feature an infinity-edge rooftop pool, gym, spa, mini-cinema, community room and a ground-floor retail precinct comprising a mix of restaurants, cafes and shops.

World-renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma’s innovative 20-story tower features lush, timber-clad design on the building’s green exterior emulating a ‘stacked forest’.

Three further towers are the work of award-winning architect Koichi Takada Architects, while the fifth residential building is designed by established Sydney based architects Silvester Fuller; adding a uniquely local perspective to the development.

Inspired by the interplay of light (hikari) and shadow (kage), apartment interiors designed by Koichi Takada Architects, features modern and sophisticated urban lifestyle. Japanese inspired conceptual interior design offers natural, neutral modern luxury, utilizing generous use of timber-like materials and soft, warm hues.

Mastery Project Director Prisca Edwards said world-class communal facilities added great value to Sydney’s residential developments. Mastery by Crown Group provided Sydneysiders an option to live in the finest holiday resort destination, in the most sought-after architectural precinct, at an affordable price.

“High-end apartment buyers believe it’s a must to have resort-style facilities like a swimming pool, gym, rooftop garden, and communal spaces so they can escape from the hustle and bustle of modern city life,” Mrs Edwards said.

“Everyone deserves some sort of break and to find the place where they can enjoy the perfect hassle-free holiday resort lifestyle. At Mastery by Crown Group, you can have it all – enjoy the most luxurious urban resort living everyday but at an affordable price compared to the expensive cost of living in a five-star hotel.”.

Residents will also have a novel new dining concept on their doorstep: Sydney’s first Japanese eat street, offering an unrivalled and authentic dining experience for urban dwellers. From the sprawling streets of Tokyo’s Shibuya and Shinjuku special wards, replete with bustling Izakaya, sushi trains and ramen restaurants, to the more formal and reverential tea house that serve Cha-kaiseki.

“At Crown Group, we do not just sell a luxury residence, but the opportunity to enjoy an appealing lifestyle, with luxurious apartments, vibrant dining and shopping experiences, at your doorstep,” Mrs Edwards said.

The new Mastery by Crown Group Display Centre is open every day from 10am to 4pm at 30-36 O’Dea Avenue, Waterloo.

A collection of premium apartments in Mastery by Crown Group is now available for sale priced from $632,000.

For more information visit www.crowngroup.com.au/mastery

 

Media Interviews

Crown Group’s Project Director for Mastery, Prisca Edwards, is available for interviews on request.

Images & video

Images and video are available upon request including artist impressions, photographs of display apartments and computer-animated ‘fly-through’ footage of selected Crown Group developments.

Media Enquiries

Natasha Granath, PR & Communications Manager at Crown Group

(02) 8904 7051

natashagranath@crowngroup.com.au

Lina Guo, Communications Executive at Crown Group

(02) 9925 0088 or 0429 459 510

linaguo@crowngroup.com.au

About Crown Group

Crown Group Holdings (Crown Group) is a leading Australian property group specialising in property development, property investment and serviced apartments. The company was co-founded by architect Mr. Iwan Sunito and engineer Mr. Paul Sathio with its first project in 1996.

Crown Group has successfully completed major developments in Sydney’s best locations including Bondi, Bondi Junction, Parramatta, Ashfield, Epping, Homebush, Newington, Pennant Hills and Rhodes and most recently the 28-storey V by Crown Group in Parramatta.

Today, Crown Group boasts a $5bn portfolio of projects under development and in the pipeline and is currently developing four major projects in the Sydney area: Infinity by Crown Group in Green Square; the $500 million five tower precinct Mastery by Crown Group in Waterloo being developed with Mitsubishi Jisho Residence; Waterfall by Crown Group in Waterloo; and Eastlakes Live the most exciting new address in the Eastern Suburbs.

Crown Group launched its first SKYE Hotel Suites in Parramatta in August 2017 and SKYE Suites Sydney in October 2018.

www.crowngroup.com.au

Awards

Crown Group has been awarded more than 30 high-profile industry awards including the 2018 UDIA NSW Best Mixed-Use Development and 2016 International Property Awards Best Residential High Rise Architecture Australia for V by Crown Group Parramatta; 2017 Property Council of Australia’s Annual Property Congress’ one of the World’s best projects for Infinity by Crown Group; 2017 Master Builders Association (MBA) NSW Excellence in Construction Awards for Skye by Crown Group, 2015 International Property Awards Best Residential Development Australia for Arc by Crown Group, 2015 Master Builders Australia (MBA) NSW Excellence in Construction Awards for Viking by Crown Group Waterloo and 2014 Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW President’s award – considered one of the highest property development accolades in Australia – for the seven-tower, resort-style development Top Ryde City Living.

www.crowngroup.com.au/industry-recognition/

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