Waterfall, luxury Waterloo development begins construction

Waterfall, luxury Waterloo development begins construction
Waterfall, luxury Waterloo development begins construction

Construction is currently underway of a new luxury residential building at Waterloo, which is set to feature the largest man-made waterfall, right in the heart of the Waterloo district.

Developed by Crown Group and designed by Australian architecture firm SJB, Waterfall is located five kilometres away from the Sydney CBD

It is well connected to public transport with a train station nine minutes away, along with bus routes and cycle ways.

Waterfall will encompass a selection of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments as well as penthouses. The four buildings are to be connected by long open-air walkways, with three towers being eight stories high while the last one is 20 stories high.

Waterfall, luxury Waterloo development begins construction

Each apartment has been positioned on densely planted tropical foliage, and residents can expect open plan layouts, floor to ceiling windows, and views of the landscape. The kitchen features Miele appliances along with bespoke cabinetry, topped by stone bench tops.

Facilities available at Waterfall includes a rooftop infinity pool, tranquil ground-level water gardens, gym, music room, rooftop sky garden and much more.

Sydney beaches are only 20 minutes drive away and shopping, café and restaurants are all nearby.

 For more information visit the website: https://waterfallbycrowngroup.com.au.

The developer unveiled its $400 million development Waterfall in Sydney late in 2016, and said it had received strong expressions of interest ahead of its launch.

The development is scheduled for completion in 2019. 

"I would not be surprised if stage one of Waterfall sold out as there is a strong demand from local buyers wanting to live closer to amenities," said Crown Group chairman and chief executive Iwan Sunito.

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