Three best prestige apartment developments in Sydney

September 26, 2015

THEY have views that range from across the city’s rooftops to the “coathanger” in all its glory.

Sydney’s most luxurious apartments offer spacious floor plans, double parking spaces and – in some cases – ensuites off every bedroom.

The Bridgehill Group has just brought to the market its four final apartments in its Milsons Point development. The developer sold the rest of the 120 apartments in the Bridgehill Residences off the plan, but waited until the building was completed before promoting its more expensive offerings.

Bridgehill Group managing director Yibin Xu says he doesn’t expect the expressions of interest process to drag on. He sees the key selling points as location, views and build quality.

“We have reserved the best until last,” Xu says.

“We’re quite confident it is the right project and there will be buyers who will love it because of the beautiful views and beautiful location. We expect they should go very quickly.”

At another already completed building, The Pelican in Surry Hills, developer Stasia​ is bringing its penthouses to market next week.

CBRE director Ben Stewart is expecting them to sell with ease.

“We sold an apartment in No. 1 Lacey [in Surry Hills] for $5 million, so you would think north-facing, private pool, double-car parking should go very well.”

Stewart says he’s been seeing lots of interest for inner-city apartments from people living in the inner west and the outer suburbs – where some former homeowners are newly cashed up after selling their bigger blocks to developers for millions of dollars.

“They want to be on the fringe of the city,” says Stewart. “People want to be where there are good restaurants and places to go.”

Bridgehill Residences.

Levels 17 and 18, 80 Alfred Street, Milsons Point

Three beds 244-400 square metres. Expressions of interest expected to start at $7 million+

Strata levies From $6410 a quarter

Due for completion Completed

Agent Bridgehill, 0414 368 888;

High up on the 17th and 18th floors of the already completed Bridgehill building are two swish penthouses and two sky homes that are expected to sell for more than $30,000 a square metre.

All the other 120 apartments in the building were snapped up at the building’s initial launch and now the developer, the Bridgehill Group, is taking its their offering to market via an international expressions of interest campaign.

The building is opposite Milsons Point station and just around the corner from Lavender Bay, where Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have a penthouse in the Latitude building.

It offers views of the city, Sydney Harbour, the Harbour Bridge and Lavender Bay.

Originally published by Domain Group