Deloitte executive John Meacock flips Darlinghurst apartment

Deloitte executive John Meacock flips Darlinghurst apartment
Deloitte executive John Meacock flips Darlinghurst apartment

Deloitte's global chief strategy officer John Meacock has flipped his designer Darlinghurst apartment.

He scored $3.8 million for the apartment in the award winning Engelen Moore-designed Kings Lane warehouse conversion that cost him $3,425,000 just over a year ago.

The three bedroom apartment across two levels features a full-width entertainers terrace with gun-barrel views of the city.

BresicWhitney Darlinghurst agents Ivan Bresic and Melinda Antella sold the apartment last weekend.

Meacock joined Deloitte in 2002 as leader of consulting.

Deloitte executive John Meacock flips Darlinghurst apartment

He progressed to managing partner NSW and national clients and markets leader before he was made chief strategy officer.

Meacock has been the chairman of The Brett Whiteley Foundation, and a board member of The Asia Society.

The $3.8 million sale is the second highest apartment sale in Darlinghurst this year, bettered only by a $5.65 million sale in The Residence.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph. 

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