Fridcorp reaps strong off the plan sales at BEYOND, Hurstville project

Fridcorp reaps strong off the plan sales at BEYOND, Hurstville project
Fridcorp reaps strong off the plan sales at BEYOND, Hurstville project

The appetite for apartments remains strong in south-west Sydney after developer Fridcorp sold 65 percent of the first stage of its $700 million 556-apartment project in Hurstville, BEYOND in the past two weeks.

Construction is expected to commence in August 2017 and completion prior to the end of 2019. 

Some 180 out of the first 300 units at 93 Forest Road were secured with $5000 deposits, with contracts now set to exchange.

Fridcorp indicated surprised at the strength of the demand.

"The results have exceeded our expectations," Fridcorp founder Paul Fridman said.

"People are understanding the value of Hurstville as a suburb that has plenty of upside."

Fridcorp reaps strong off the plan sales at BEYOND, Hurstville project

Only slightly cheaper than Sydney's inner-city, the units sold were priced between $565,000 for one-bedroom units and $1.4 million for those with three bedrooms.

The popularity of Hurstville comes from the large proportion of local Chinese-Australian migrants in the area. 

BEYOND will also include a new retail precinct with a 3500 sq m Woolworths, specialty shops, cafes and restaurants.

This is Melbourne-based Fridcorp's second Sydney project after its Eve project at the new Ashmore precinct in Erskineville, in inner-west Sydney.

Fridcorp has $1.5 billion of apartments under development, with further projects including Brisbane, South Yarra and North Melbourne in progress.

BEYOND’s display suite is located at 99 Forest Road, Hurstville and is open Saturday to Wednesday from 1 pm – 4 pm.

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