Online publisher Jackie Maxted buys in Griffiths Tea conversion

Online publisher Jackie Maxted buys in Griffiths Tea conversion
Online publisher Jackie Maxted buys in Griffiths Tea conversion

Online publisher Jackie Maxted headlines the buyers in the settlement of the iconic Griffiths Tea Surry Hills warehouse conversion.

Maxted, who founded the Beauty Heaven website, paid $4 million for one of the penthouses in the now New York-style Federation warehouse apartments.

The two-storey, three bedroom penthouse, is one of seven.

The landmark Wentworth Street building is the $37 million development of the Cornerstone Property Group. It now comprises 39 apartments designed by PopovBass architects.

BresicWhitney are marketing some of the apartments that didn't sell in the building that had laid empty for 30 years.

In 2015 Maxted recently paid $4.55 million for one of Bondi Beach's rare original sandstone cottages.

The purchase came shortly after Beauty Heaven Group was bought by Bauer Media.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

 

 

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