Central Park’s third stage The Mark unveiled, with $480,000-plus Chippendale buyers to customise their interiors

Central Park’s third stage The Mark unveiled, with $480,000-plus Chippendale buyers to customise their interiors
Jonathan ChancellorDecember 8, 2020

The Mark, the third residential stage at the $2 billion Central Park development in Sydney’s Chippendale by Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House Australia, has been unveiled.

The developers of Central Park are releasing The Mark simultaneously in Sydney and Singapore this weekend in a marketing move they say reflects the global nature of the development and anticipated strong international demand.

It is a 412-apartment glass tower designed by architects Johnson Pilton Walker – but apartment buyers will be able to craft their own interiors.

Buyers of the apartments up to level 19 will have the opportunity to “make their own mark” and customise their apartments through the use of 24 possible colour combinations – rather than the conventional three- or four-colour palette option.

It contains a mix of one bedroom suites, one bedders, two bedders, dual-key apartments and penthouses.

The prices start at $480,000.

With views across Chippendale Green and east to the city skyline, at 27 stories it will be the second-tallest building at Central Park.

The apartments will come with Central Park’s signature loggias feature, with floor to ceiling glass bi-fold or sliding doors, serve as a natural extension to the living areas and bedrooms.

Positioned in the south-eastern corner of the Central Park precinct, The Mark is under construction with an intended early 2014 completion.

“As a global company, Frasers has been keen to launch Central Park offshore, but strong local demand has quickly absorbed most of our first two stages,” says Guy Pahor, the chief of Frasers Property Australia.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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