Aqualand hope to secure $20 million penthouse at Blue

Aqualand hope to secure $20 million penthouse at Blue
Aqualand hope to secure $20 million penthouse at Blue

Blue at Lavender Bay, Aqualand Australia’s pinnacle project, secured a strong weekend sales result when they officially went on sale.

The development was expected to meet with strong buyer interest because it was marketed as the last residential conversion development in the Milsons Point area with views to the city and Harbour Bridge.

Of the 72 apartments sold on Saturday morning the highest sale result was the $8 million sub-penthouse, which equated to a bullish $55,000 per square metre.

But the sales success required an extended six month buildup, and not all 129 apartments in the development, located at 61 Lavender Street, Milsons Point, went up for sale.

The project display suite has been open since August promoting the offerings in what was once an 18-level commercial office building. 

Alex Adams, Aqualand sales manager, said the luxurious abodes had been conceptualised by architectural firm PTW to include premium Gaggenau appliances, natural stone kitchens, stone floors, extensive joinery, larger open-plan living areas and generous sized bedrooms and ensuites.

Aqualand bought the Samsung office building last year for $140 million.

Ben Stewart, at CBRE, has advised the second stage of the 20-storey tower includes the penthouse, which is a 550-square-metre offering expected to carry a $20 million asking price.

The managing director of Aqualand is Shangjin Lin, who on New Year’s Eve in 2015 paid $52 million for the Vaucluse trophy home Villa Igiea.

Aqualand is a subsidiary of the Shanghai-based property developer Shenglong, billed as one of China’s top 50 property developers and chaired by Mr Lin’s father, Yi Lin.

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