Strong off the plan sales at Country Garden's Ryde Garden project

Strong off the plan sales at Country Garden's Ryde Garden project
Strong off the plan sales at Country Garden's Ryde Garden project

Country Garden Australia secured 296 sales today when the Ryde Garden development went on sale.

The six hour purchasing spree for the project in Sydney’s North Ryde secured around $186 million in sales.

Buyers secured one, two and three bedroom apartments starting at $488,000. The two bedders were priced from $688,000, and three bedroom apartments priced from $888,000.

There were five sales of the project’s three bedroom sky-homes, boasting views across Sydney, for between $1.3 million and $1.7 million.

"These sales were a record for the area," agents advised. 

They are for sale through CPM Realty agent Sam Elbanna and JLL with a 2017 completion date, subject to final council approval.

JLL and CPM said that the results had exceeded expectations. 

Bates Smart Architects designed 830 apartments for Country Garden’s first Australian project, over three buildings on a site 50 metres from North Ryde train station. There will be a 2,100 square metre central park. Each tower is set to have its own rooftop garden.

The Hong Kong-listed development company, Country Garden bought their first Australian development site in late 2013 at North Ryde.

Wanting to become a major developer in Australia for the long term, the group has a preference for suburban sites which could sustain large garden areas.

“Up to 20% of the buyers were former Country Garden customers,” the company’s general manager, sales and marketing, Nicholas Hum, told the Australian Financial Review.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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