All about the views series one: The four best apartment projects in New South Wales with picture perfect panoramas

It's no secret that our environments affect our well-being. Studies show that there are significant long-term benefits to viewing nature.

All about the views series one: The four best apartment projects in New South Wales with picture perfect panoramas
The view from the Rhodes apartment development Reflections

It's becoming increasingly important following the COVID pandemic that apartments offer more than just a place to be when not at work.

They've become an office, a bar and a restaurant with entertaining and working from home now common in apartments.

One aspect developers are seeking to take advantage of now more than ever is orienting their apartment developments to take in whatever views are on offer, whether it's the city skyline or a beach vista.

It's no secret that our environments affect our well-being. Studies show that there are significant long-term benefits to viewing nature.

Urban has taken a look at four properties in New South Wales with views you won't get sick of.

Here are four properties in NSW with incredible city vistas:

1. Allium, Pagewood
Address: 128 Bunnerong Road, Pagewood NSW 2035
Two bedroom residences from $815,000

Meriton's Allium, completed in 2019, continues to impress residents as they walk through extravagant lobbies and ascend to their over-large one, two, three and four bedroom residences. Apartments with large balconies or terraces serve as outdoor rooms with sensational vistas.

Designed by SJB and landscape architects Arcadia, the project includes lush fifth-floor podium gardens and rooftop retreats from the sixteenth-floor.

Allium is made up of 487 residences in four towers soaring to 20 storeys with views from every angle of the city, championship golf courses, surrounding parklands and the east coast.

2. Lighthouse, Dee Why
Address: 9-17 Howard Avenue, Dee Why NSW 2099
Two bedroom residences from $935,000

Showcasing unobstructed panoramic views of the ocean, beach and lagoon, Lighthouse is Dee Why’s latest architectural landmark.

Also delivered by Meriton, the development soars high above the surrounding streetscape, blending residential, retail and commercial in one location. It is pitched at downsizers or couples looking for a coastal investment property.

Built over four buildings, with two towers rising up to 17 storeys high, Lighthouse comprises 351 apartments with a range of one, two and three-bedroom configurations, including dual-level residences.

There are a number of resort-style amenities including a 20m indoor pool, gymnasium, spa and sauna, as well as a rare on-site child care centre. 

3. The Laneways, Rosebery
Address: 33-37 Mentmore Avenue, Rosebery NSW 2018
Two-bedroom apartments from $980,000

The Laneways, developed by Ellerson Property, is the newest address to grace Sydney's inner-city suburb of Rosebery.

Made up of four buildings comprising 118 apartments designed by Arc Architects, The Laneways draws its name from a leafy pedestrian pathway connecting Mentmore Avenue to Dunning Avenue.

Ideally located and due for completion in the coming months, each building in The Laneways is crowned with its own sky garden with views across the CBD skyline.

The rooftops also feature their own dining and barbecue facilities as well as lush landscaping.

4. Reflections, Rhodes
Address:44 Shoreline Drive, Rhodes NSW 2138
Two bedroom residences from $840,000

Meriton’s final waterfront development at the Rhodes Peninsula is Reflections which has never to be built out views.

Designed by Meriton's in-house team, the low-density collection of 94 apartments feature enclosed balconies with floor-to-ceiling windows to take advantage of the surrounding views.

Just over 10 minutes’ drive from Macquarie Park, the project enjoys a real community feel with a 300 sqm private park, 25-metre heated pool, sauna and gym among its offerings.

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au

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