Romeciti has launched its 357-apartment Natura project in Macquarie Park

Romeciti has launched its 357-apartment Natura project in Macquarie Park
Romeciti has launched its 357-apartment Natura project in Macquarie Park

Romeciti has launched its 357-apartment Natura project in Macquarie Park, one of Sydney's booming residential construction precincts.

On the weekend, the developer sold 88 percent of its first stage launch of 210 apartments.

The total sales valued at $210 million.

This included a suburb record price of $5.6 million for a Grand Penthouse. All six Grand Penthouses have been sold prior to launch.

There were one bedroom apartments selling for $598,000 to $790,000.

The price range for two bedroom apartments was between $988,000 to $1,360,000.

The three bedroom apartments sold for $1.4 million to $1.6 million.

Selling agent RCG Real Estate's Justin Jia said most of the purchasers were owner occupiers.

The $450 million project is expected to be completed in 2020 with more than 7,000 square metres of communal gardens and 3,000 square metres of residential amenities.

Architects Architectus designed Natura, with living and communal space interiors designed by Elenberg Fraser, and landscaping designed by ASPECT Studios.

Jia said these companies were specifically chosen to collaborate on this project.

Natura sits right next to an all natural creek, known as a riparian corridor, which is to be complemented with leafy pedestrian walks and cycle paths.

Romeciti will announce the stage two of Natura and its penthouses featuring the unique Rome Club services in coming weeks.

A high-end golf residential master plan community in Cattai is also in planning to be launched later this year.

 

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