Developed and built by GWH, SKY Residences in Newcastle offers an unrivalled mix of homes for every home buyer — and 50 per cent of the apartments have already been sold.
The remaining apartments start from as low as $420,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, making them an affordable option for first-time buyers and investors, while the 2 and 3 bedroom apartments have proved incredibly popular with local owner-occupiers.
Meanwhile, the SKY Homes on the penthouse level feature 3-metre high ceilings, expansive kitchens with fully-integrated premium SMEG appliances as well as gorgeous stone benchtops.
Designed by globally-renowned architects DBI, each home comes complete with a higher level of finishes, generally found to be considered ‘upgrades’ in other developments. From floor-to-ceiling feature tiles in the bathrooms and ensuites to timber flooring in living areas, every resident will live a life of luxury.
“Newcastle is a harbourside city with an urban village heart and atmosphere,” says Jonathon Craig, managing director of GWH. “As locals, we know how Novocastrians love to live, and we've designed SKY to put them in the heart of the best this city has to offer – both inside the residences and out.”
On-site facilities include an outdoor heated swimming pool and gymnasium, podium level gardens, and a SKY lounge on the 19th floor of the development. This all-weather indoor-outdoor entertainment area features a gorgeously landscaped lawn terrace, modern barbecue and dining facilities, a fireplace, and a fully-equipped bar.
“These facilities provide every resident with a balanced lifestyle, giving them a head start before they've even stepped out of the door,” Craig says.
Located in the centre of the CBD’s Civic Cultural Precinct, SKY grants immediate access to the Foreshore Promenade where residents can find a rich tapestry of coastal bike and walking paths, including the iconic Bather’s Way.
The exciting harbourside precinct is also home to more artists and artisans per capita than any other city in Australia. SKY perfectly positions residents to take advantage of shows at the neighbouring Civic Theatre, wander the exhibitions at Australia’s leading regional Art Gallery, or visit the famously eclectic Olive Tree Markets.
The population of Newcastle’s CBD is projected to grow to 15,300 people by 2031, meaning an average of 3.2 per cent per annum. The rental market is strong with a rapidly increasing student population thanks to the new University of Newcastle campus.
The NSW Government has also invested $650 million in the Revitalising Newcastle Program, aimed at activating the city to further attract tourists, students, researchers, and entrepreneurs. Dedicated spends include the Newcastle Interchange and Newcastle Light Rail Project, both of which are due for completion this year.
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