Central Park's DUO to offer dual key apartment options

Central Park's DUO to offer dual key apartment options
Central Park's DUO to offer dual key apartment options

Fraser Properties and Sekisui House have combined for the launch of DUO, a 313 high-end apartment tower.

Duo is the fifth residential stage at the award-winning Central Park urban village in Chippendale.

Central Park's DUO to offer dual key apartment options

The building was designed by internationally acclaimed architects Foster + Partners - only their third residential design in Australia.

Central Park's DUO to offer dual key apartment options

The prices for the apartments start at $650,000 for a one bedroom suite, $850,000 for a one bedroom apartment and $1.2 million for the two bedroom apartments.

Central Park's DUO to offer dual key apartment options

Buyers will also have the opportunity to secure a three-bedroom dual key property, something Central Park has not previously offered.

These properties are priced at $1.78 million.

Central Park's DUO to offer dual key apartment options

These apartments will feature in the eastern tower of DUO, with the western playing host to a 300 room boutique hotel, ground floor retail and 5,500 sqm of commercial space.

Fraser Property Australia's sales and marketing director Paul Lowe said DUO gives buyers a chance to be a part of award-winning Central Park community.

Central Park's DUO to offer dual key apartment options

"DUO will undoubtably set a new bench mark for residential living in the Sydney property market."

The properties will be available on the market from November 28. For more information click here.

 Central Park's DUO to offer dual key apartment options

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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