Fridcorp completes construction of Sydney-based residential project Eve

Fridcorp completes construction of Sydney-based residential project Eve
Fridcorp completes construction of Sydney-based residential project Eve

Developer Fridcorp has completed construction on its first Sydney-based residential project Eve in Erskineville.

The project between Fridcorp and joint venture partner Wingate, on the corner of Eve and MacDonald Street is worth $160 million and has a mix of 197 one, two and three bedroom apartments across four buildings that vary from four to six levels.

Apartments range from 50 to 110 square metres and were priced from $450,000 - $1,500,000. More than 140 of its 197 apartments were sold within two hours of launching in May 2014, all off-the-plan.

The 8,000sqm development is designed by architecture firm DKO with interiors designed by Hecker Guthrie.

David Randerson, director at DKO and the project’s lead architect said they wanted to create a local landmark but with a sophisticated approach.

“It is conceived, designed and shaped as a response to a range of local elements, such as the distinctive curved corner treatment of numerous local buildings, along with an honest and robust materiality,” he said. 

"Fridcorp was insistent that the development’s design integrity not be compromised, especially when it came to the design and construction of the entryway’s sweeping curves, consisting of textural brickwork that lines the ceiling and flows down the walls of the entry way."

Eve features a secluded, landscaped courtyard with built-in timber seating, mature trees and plants as well as a 1,000 sqm resort-style rooftop garden with expansive views of Sydney’s skyline.

Residents can reserve one of three white timber rooftop cabanas, two of which contain cooking facilities. Interiors have been designed with white oak floors and white walls, and a choice of black or all-white colour palette.

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