TOGA's The Hunter in Sydney's Double Bay now complete

TOGA's The Hunter in Sydney's Double Bay now complete
TOGA's The Hunter in Sydney's Double Bay now complete

TOGA has announced the construction completion of The Hunter, its luxury five level residential development in Sydney’s Double Bay.

With 100 per cent of settlements completed, the first residents at the development have moved into their new homes, across a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments.

And its first resale has hit the market.

It's the three bedroom sub-penthouse which was bought for $4.75 million off the plan in 2016.

The sale fell within the $4.7 million - $5 million price expectation of Laing + Simmons agent Steven Zoellner.

Spanning 180 sqm, the apartment on the fourth floor north east corner has been listed to go under the hammer October 19.

Domain puts Double Bay's three bedroom apartment median price at $3.088 million, a tad higher than realestate's $2.96 million median.

A first floor two bedroom apartment in the block, which traded for $2.9 million in May, recently sought tenants at $1,650 a week. 

Designed by Sydney-based architects Cottee Parker JPRA, the $50 million Cross Street complex has 13 apartments with an as yet unoccupied retail offering on the ground floor.

TOGA's The Hunter in Sydney's Double Bay now complete

The development sold within two weeks of being put to the market in late 2016Construction had been scheduled to commence in mid-2017 with completion initially set for early 2019.

Fabrizio Perilli, chief executive of TOGA, said the residences are an example of modern luxury living.

“We’ve had a very positive response from resident’s moving in who love their new homes and have already seen an increase in the value of their property since their purchase”, Perilli said.

“Delivering The Hunter to the highest standards, within the context of COVID-19 is a testament to our team and our integrated property capability.”

TOGA paid just over $11.2 million for 16 and 18 Cross Street site consolidation in early 2015.

Construction of TOGA’s newest mixed-use communities, Surry Hills Village and Wicks Place Marrickville, are set to start in the first half of 2021.

TOGA was founded by Ervin Vidor in 1963.

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