Business park penthouse in Macquarie Park snapped up for $5.6 million

Business park penthouse in Macquarie Park snapped up for $5.6 million
Business park penthouse in Macquarie Park snapped up for $5.6 million

A business park penthouse in Sydney’s Macquarie Park has sold for a record $5.6 million.

The apartment atop Romeciti's latest residential project, Natura, was snapped up by a foreign buyer, according to The Australian Financial Review.

The buyer, a downsizer from Dural,  exchanged the contract for the 173 square metre apartment last week before the project's launch on June 24.

At the selling price, the land rate works out to be $32,000 a sqm.

Romeciti’s 357-apartment Natura project in Macquarie Park saw 88 percent of its first stage launch of 210 apartments sold. The total sales valued at $210 million.

Business parks such as Macquarie Park and Norwest have changed from staid suburbs to lifestyle precincts, helped by Sydney's population boom and urban renewal.

But with their popularity, prices have surged, such as another recent sale of  a “business park apartment" — the $3.1 million penthouse at church group Hillsong and Capital Corporation's Esplanade project, 40 kilometres north-west of Sydney CBD.

Romeciti's "grand penthouse" record price is being attributed to its panoramic views and high end finishes.

The three-bedroom three-bathroom apartment will be laid over two levels and has six-metre living room ceiling heights as well as two car spaces.

All six Grand Penthouses have been sold prior to launch, Property Observer noted.

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