Construction poised to commence at Perth’s $15.5 million The Whitfield

Construction poised to commence at Perth’s $15.5 million The Whitfield
Construction poised to commence at Perth’s $15.5 million The Whitfield

Next month, construction will begin on the $15.5 million boutique apartment development The Whitfield located in Bassendean.

Builder PACT Construction have been announced as the successful tenderer.

The complex, with 34 apartments, a cafe and office space, spanning four levels, will take about 58 weeks to complete with a build contract value of $7.7 million.

The Whitfield, at 78-80 Old Perth Road, includes one and two bedroom apartments. The office space has already been sold to a financial services company, as have the café premises.

Every apartment includes a private balcony and the complex has secure parking, bicycle storage, air-conditioning and CCTV.

One bedroom apartments are priced from $379,000, with two bedrooms available from $469,000. A "typical one bedroom" apartment includes 84 square metres, with a "typical two bedroom" apartment spanning 113 square metres.

At present, it is already 75% sold, predominantly bought by local residents intending to owner occupy the apartments, said The Whitfield developer Willing Property founder Tim Willing.

“The Whitfield will further enhance Bassendean’s status as a town on the rise, with excellent transport, local amenities, access to the CBD and Swan Valley along with an emerging café, local shopping and small bar scene,” he said.

“This is the third project for Willing Property in the past year, which include The townhouses in Mt Hawthorn, where we revamped 42 three-bedroom and two bathroom townhome residences, as well as our forthcoming riverfront land lots in Bayswater.”

Architect John Silbert and Associates have designed a red façade and incorporated a private central garden atrium, waterwise landscaping and BBQ facilities.

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke was a property writer at Property Observer

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