Hurstville development sets standard for larger apartments

Hurstville development sets standard for larger apartments
Hurstville development sets standard for larger apartments

With developers usually cramming in as many apartments into a block as possible, ONE20 on Queens, the seven-storey mixed use project at Hurstville, will feature only three apartments per floor.

It will come with a total of 17 apartments, the smallest of which is 75 square metres, according to Ray White Projects director Eddie Mansour.

“Three apartments per floor is very rare anywhere in Sydney. They could easily have created five apartments per floor but they went with only three,” he said.

He also added that he would like to see more of this type of development in the market.

“There is a huge demand for larger apartments yet it is very rare to find boutique developments in Hurstville that cater for open space like this.

He expects they will sell quickly to the owner occupier market who are prepared to pay a premium for them.

Due for completion in late 2018, each apartment in the block designed by Kennedy & Associates features a secure car space and access to a communal rooftop terrace with barbeque area.

With apartments ranging from $795,000 to $860,000 for a 75 to 77 square metre two-bedroom apartment and $850,000 to $905,000 for an 87 square metre apartment with two bedrooms and a multi-room.

“It will feature a high level of finishes and there is a mixture of timber tiles and carpet throughout the development,”

Situated at the corner of Queens Road and Carrington Avenue, the block is just a short walk to Hurstville train station, down the road from Westfield Hurstville and close to top performing schools, according to Mr Mansour.

The sales centre opens early-mid April onsite. For more information visit

Apartment Block Hurstville

Community Discussion

Be the first one to comment on this article
What would you like to say about this project?