Aoyuan International spends $100 million on Moss Vale house and land project

Aoyuan International spends $100 million on Moss Vale house and land project
Aoyuan International spends $100 million on Moss Vale house and land project

Aoyuan International has made its first land deal for the year, securing two adjoining lots totalling 123 hectares in Moss Vale on the Southern Highlands.

It paid close to $100 million.

The group, which has active development sites across Australia, Canada and Hong Kong, has earmarked the site to be the ‘flagship’ of their Australian house and land subdivision portfolio.

Plans are already forming to create a ‘landscape-led’ masterplanned, integrated residential community with more than 20 per cent of the site put to green open spaces and recreational facilities.

The deal brings the group’s Sydney development pipeline to over $2 billion, across apartments and land, including Coomeroo Estate at Bargo, comprised of 167 residential blocks ranging in size from 700sqm to 5000sqm.

Curving around the Moss Vale Golf Course and bound by Yarrawa Road and Lovelle Street, the site been rezoned for residential lot subdivision by Wingecarribee Shire Council.

Land lots are expected to range in size from 400 sqm through to 2,000 sqm.

The acquisition is only the latest development for Aoyuan Intl as apartment projects including Maison 188 Maroubra and Mirabell in Turramurra are due to welcome residents this year, while Altessa at Gordon is now under construction.

Aoyuan International’s parent company is China Aoyuan Property Group whom currently hold a land bank of over 25 million sqm across China, Macau, Australia and Canada.

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