New homes in CIRQ Point Cook selling to local buyers

New homes in CIRQ Point Cook selling to local buyers
New homes in CIRQ Point Cook selling to local buyers

Development Victoria’s latest residential development, the Rothelowman-designed CIRQ Point Cook townhouse project, has achieved more than 50 per cent sales, with nearly three quarters going to local buyers.

Development Victoria fast-tracked the release of the second collection of homes after the launch of stage one attracted strong interest. 

In its first weekend more than $11.5 million worth of homes sold in May. 

CIRQ Point Cook Stage Two featured 14 two and three-bedroom townhouses. 

Development Victoria’s general manager Development and Construction, Peter Southwell said the response to the project had been extremely strong. 

Southwell said the success of the project was a result of bringing the right type of products to the market at the right time, and ensuring easy access to the town centre and neighbouring wetlands. 

Development Victoria has been involved in developing Point Cook since 1998,” he said. 

“We have facilitated the delivery of a range of different housing types that meet the needs of individuals and families, and improve affordability.” 

Paul Ciprian, director of Oliver Hume which is marketing the project, said the sales rush reinforced the demand for high quality architectural designs that combine proximity to amenity, livability, innovative design and light-filled spaces framing views to nature. 

“CIRQ residents will have access to Point Cook’s main retail and commercial centre, library, cycle paths, kindergarten and community centre, along with four schools and colleges and three childcare/early learning centres, which are all located within a few minutes’ walk of these great new homes,” Ciprian said.

Many locals have purchased with the view to downsize from an established home in Point Cook, the most popular dwellings being the townhouses fronting the park, which feature large windows and terraces out toward the wetlands and park.

The first release forms part of 104 new homes in the first medium-density housing project for Development Victoria, which launched in April 2017 as the Victorian Government’s new agency responsible for urban renewal and development and civic projects, following the merge of Places Victoria and Major Projects Victoria. 

CIRQ is located on the corner of Lawler Street and Murnong Street, Point Cook VIC, and the display suite is open daily from 11am-5pm 

CIRQ Point Cook features two, three and four bedroom townhouses, designed by architects Rothelowman.

CIRQ has also recently achieved the Silver Standard of Livable Housing Australia Guidelines certification.

The Silver Standard assesses developments on a range of performance levels and design standards, including accessibility and adaptability.

New homes in CIRQ Point Cook selling to local buyers

A number of home designs at CIRQ meet these performance standards through its inclusion of appropriate front door width specifications, ground floor toilets, and bathroom designs that support long-term occupancy.

“Achieving Silver Standard certification for Point Cook highlights the quality and contemporary design standard of the homes on offer,” Mr Southwell said.

“The certification addresses important factors such as accessibility to help residents stay in these new homes in the long-term.” 

The CIRQ development is the first medium-density housing project for Development Victoria, which launched in April 2017 as the Victorian Government’s new agency responsible for urban renewal, property development and civic projects.For more information, visit cirq.com.au.

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