Construction begins at Sydney Chinatown development Hing Loong

Construction begins at Sydney Chinatown development Hing Loong
Construction begins at Sydney Chinatown development Hing Loong

Apartments are now available to purchase as construction commences at the Hing Loong development in Sydney’s Chinatown.

The 17 storey development will be situated on the pedestrian-only Dixon Street, and is set to be Dixon Street Plaza’s first residential tower. Hing Loong will have 47 one, two and three bedroom apartments, each with European stainless-steel appliances, stone kitchen benches and timber flooring. It will also include a three bedroom penthouse apartment which will have access to rooftop decks, barbecue facilities and a 'Dragon Pavilion' which is set over the building.

Set on a corner plot, the building’s exterior will feature large open screens with a “cracked” effect. Residents will live within walking distance of Sydney’s new Westfield complex.

Constructed by Chinese developer War Hing, the building was designed by Allen Jack + Cottier. The design firm has worked on residential and commercial projects in both Sydney and Beijing.

Apartments are available from this week. Prices begin at $690,000.

Back in 2012, The Quay development, a 270-apartment complex, was seeing intense interest as one of the last of 20 'black holes' in the area.

Sydney's Chinatown is located in Haymarket, between Central Station and Darling Harbour. Lend Lease has also been active in the area recently, with the new Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct attracting interest.

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