Poly Horizon at Epping secures 82 percent sales success

Poly Horizon at Epping secures 82 percent sales success
Poly Horizon at Epping secures 82 percent sales success

Poly Horizon, located in the heart Epping, secured the sale of 82 percent of the first released 235 apartments.

In its first residential project in Sydney, Poly Horizon had over $165 million in sales transacted by midday Saturday.

A three bedroom premium apartment with sweeping views of the Sydney CBD and North Sydney skyline for $1.52 million was the highest sale of day. 

Poly’s marketing director Philip Best said the large majority of the purchasers in Poly Horizon were local buyers and owner occupiers.

Poly Horizon also attracted a number of savvy investors who were looking to secure an apartment at comparatively competitive prices that provided strong long-term growth prospects.”

“Poly’s global presence, our 20 years of experience in property development and the great pride we take in ensuring the highest quality of the design and delivery of our projects, proved an added incentive for purchasers," he said.

Designed by architects PTW, Poly Horizon comprises 501 apartments across three towers, two at 22 and 21 storeys in height and one at seven storeys.

The project also comprises over 1,000sqm of ground-floor retail that will feature a proposed childcare centre, a children’s playground area as well as a number of cafes and convenience retailers and a large podium courtyard.

Located 300 metres from the recently upgraded, Epping Train Station and minutes from the M2 motorway, Poly Horizon enjoys excellent access to major shopping centres, local schools and universities as well as the Sydney CBD.

The first project stage release of Poly Horizon has prices for a studio start from $420,000 and includes one-bedroom + study apartments starting from $550,000, two-bedroom apartments from $820,000 and three-bedroom apartments with car parking from $1.06 million.

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