Developer Momentum Wealth secure Dalkeith site

Developer Momentum Wealth secure Dalkeith site
Developer Momentum Wealth secure Dalkeith site

Perth developer Momentum Wealth has settled on a $2.9 million development site in Dalkeith.

Momentum are now undertaking plans to create six luxury dwellings on the 1,105 sqm Gallop Road property near the Dalkeith Village Shopping Centre.

Philip Anderson, Manager of Development at Momentum Wealth, said the acquisition forms part of the developer’s strategy to target the “missing middle” of townhouse product in premium, established locations where such housing options are in limited supply.

“We identified a prime opportunity following the recent rezoning under the City of Nedlands to target this gap in the market and capture pent-up demand from buyers who want the option to downsize without compromising on quality or location.”

This density has not previously been seen in the Dalkeith area and remains relatively limited, so the combination of high buyer demand and low levels of competing stock creates ideal conditions for the project,” he said.

It's the second purchase from Momentum in the Dalkeith area recently, with a property on the nearby Adelma Road due to settle early next year.

Momentum assumed a similar strategy with their recent acquisition of the iconic Yelo site in Trigg, with the planned boutique apartment development also addressing a gap in the local market for high-quality but downsized options.

Momentum Wealth are currently running an investor survey.

For a chance to win a $500 Flight Centre voucher or a $250 voucher for Coles Myer, take the short survey here.


Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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