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Jan
22
2019

RARE OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE A LUXURY PENTHOUSE AT WATERFALL BY CROWN GROUP IN WATERLOO

22 January 2019 – The fastest selling apartment development in Waterloo, Waterfall by Crown Group, has three luxurious penthouses for sale, and several apartments on the market, ready for residents to move into in coming months.

Buyers can seize on the auspicious New Year to enjoy a rare opportunity to secure an appealing penthouse with spectacular views of Sydney, in this lush, tropical escape complete with resort-style facilities, just minutes from the city.

Residents are expected to move into Waterfall’s three seven-storey buildings (Building A, B and D) as early as April and into the 20-storey sculptural tower (Building C) in November 2019.

Located at 18 O’Dea Avenue, Waterloo, the $395 million development has 331 luxury apartments. Designed by award-winning architects SJB, Waterfall by Crown Group has many natural design features including a tranquil internal lagoon, a lush rooftop escape with private outdoor cinema and tropical bamboo walk for residents to enjoy, as well as Australia’s tallest man-made waterfall at 22 metres high.

Waterfall by Crown Group Project Director Prisca Edwards said the project had attracted buyers seeking a sophisticated lifestyle and spectacular views.

“We were thrilled to see that two of our Waterfall by Crown Group penthouses were sold to two buyers six months ago,” Mrs. Edwards said. “This is undoubtedly the best quality apartment development in the area – in one of the newest high-rise towers built in Waterloo.

“As the fastest selling project in Waterloo, the three penthouses will be snapped up quickly – this is your last chance to live in prime position at one of the most highly sought-after developments in Sydney.”

The three-bedroom penthouses offer a vast 206 sqm, 186 sqm and 150 sqm of space respectively and have beautiful interiors with natural hues in modern stone and timber finishes.

Two offer expansive private rooftop entertaining terraces – one sized at 52 sqm and facing Centennial Park; the other at 33 sqm. The third penthouse has a second storey to create an extra sense of space.

Expansive views are taken in from 3-metre-high floor to ceiling glass windows while each ensuite has deep freestanding bathtubs. The kitchens have stone benchtops and integrated Miele appliances.

Residents will have access to Crown Group’s signature five-star resort-style facilities including an Infinity rooftop pool with a sky garden and terrace, a recreational deck, Sky Gym, rooftop outdoor Sky Cinema on Level 23, function room with a catering kitchen and music room with grand piano.

Public art is also a key visual element of the development: Mika Utzon Popov, grandson of Sydney Opera House architect Jørn Utzon, is creating a large-scale artwork on selected exterior walls.

“Residents will fall in love with the sense of being in luxurious comfort while living amidst nature, here at Waterfall by Crown Group,” said Mrs. Edwards. “The spectacular Waterfall penthouses are set to offer a very lucky few the ultimate urban resort lifestyle they have dreamed of.”

Penthouses are priced from $3,250,000 to $3,700,000. Studio, one and two-bedroom premium apartments are also for sale, from $699,000 to $1,470,000, with some apartments ready to move into as early as April.

For more information please visit www.crowngroup.com.au/waterfall or call 1800 001 880.

 

Media Interviews

Crown Group’s Project Director for Waterfall, 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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