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

Beautiful panorama's not only provide gorgeous eye candy but are also a significant value addition to many properties

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

Part two of our series of New South Wales best views has taken a look our projects which look back to the Sydney CBD.

The developments are within touching distance of the city for commuters.

Beautiful panorama's not only provide gorgeous eye candy but are also a significant value addition to many properties.

Here are four properties in NSW with incredible city vistas:

1. Bloom Arncliffe
Address: 213 Princes Highway, Arncliffe NSW 2205
Two-bedroom apartments from $710,000

The Wingate development, recently completed by Richard Crookes Constructions, offers one, two and three bedroom ready-to-go apartments, perfect for the eager first-time owner, the smart investor and the dynamic urban-dweller.

Dispersed over seven state-of-the-art buildings designed by Stephen Bower Architects, and ranging from standard apartments to penthouses, every Bloom residence holds sweeping city views

Placed in a prime position between the city and the coast, Bloom residents enjoy the benefits of being close to Sydney’s southern beaches, as well as the Illawarra line’s direct link to the CBD, the Inner West and Bondi.

2. Beyond, Hurstville
Address: 93 Forest Road, Hurstville NSW 2220
Two-bedroom apartments from $850,000

Fridcorp called in DKO Architecture and Woods Bagot to create the four sculpted towers that make up Beyonds' timeless, organic form.

Working in collaboration alongside 360 Degrees Landscape and Piety Group to deliver the project Beyond residents enjoy not only great wellness options but great amenities and services.

These include a raised podium complete with a gym, yoga studio, sauna, tai chi meditation deck, community garden and a communal sports court. Plus via the Beyond app buyers can access a virtual concierge, book a dog walking service or even a personal training session.

All of this and more, while enjoying the view from your green balcony.

3. Park Sydney, Erskinville
Address: 149-163 Mitchell Road, Erskineville NSW 2043
Two bedroom residences from $1,159,000

GH Australia's ongoing community development Park Sydney, has set itself apart as one of the most significant new residential developments Sydney-wide.

Designed by WMK Architecture, Park Sydney boasts more than 800 apartments with the first 325 one, two and three bedroom configurations being released in Stage One buildings Botany and Cascade.

Another six buildings ranging between two and eight storeys will be following suit with a childcare centre and additional parking for visitors.

The masterplanned community includes 7,400 sqm of parkland and play areas with BBQ facilities, amphitheatres, walkways and cycleways.

Light filled residences feature private balconies with green and urban views abounding.

4. 180 George Street, Parramatta
Address: 180 George Street, Parramatta NSW 2150
Two-bedroom apartments from $715,000

Meriton’s world-class 180 George development brings together beautifully designed residences with the ideal lifestyle amenities to suit everyone.

Designed by Woods Bagot, the 767-apartment development features communal open space, including rooftop gardens, a sundrenched podium terrace and a barbeque area.

The 1,200 sqm podium gardens complement the adjoining 58-level hotel suites tower.

Hailed as Parramatta’s tallest residential tower, 180 George is an exciting new development with floor to ceiling in every room; taking advantage of some of the best city skyline views on offer, so don't miss out.

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au

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