Aqualand off the plan buyers move into Blue

Blue’s final sales release this month includes 30 residences

Aqualand off the plan buyers move into Blue
Aqualand off the plan buyers move into Blue

Aqualand’s flagship $420m development Blue at Lavender Bay is now complete.

off the plan buyers are moving in to 61 Lavender Street, Milsons Point.
Blue at Lavender Bay has 130 luxury residential apartments.

Blue’s final sales release this month includes just 30 residences. 

The remaining apartments include:
1 bedrooms from $1,160,000
2 Bedrooms from $1,750,000
3 bedrooms from $4,100,000

Aqualand is now preparing to bring to market its latest masterpiece, Aura North Sydney.

Aqualand’s new hospitality arm, Etymon, has been launched set to provide concierge services.

Aqualand’s vision is to bring the 5-star hotel experience to its developments by combining traditional concierge services with lifestyle management for the first time.
Accessible 24/7 to Blue owners and residents, Etymon’s highly experienced concierge team can make dining reservations and theatre bookings, welcoming guests, managing everything from parcels to parking, planning itineraries or finding the perfect gift.
“We wanted to elevate the level of concierge service within Aqualand developments to set a new standard within the Australian luxury apartment market,” explains Lisa Hobbs, Etymon CEO. 

“Our emphasis is on delivering a hospitality style service that stands out to residents as having their needs, wants and desires at the centre of our approach. 
“We’re taking our lead from New York, China, Singapore and Hong Kong luxury apartment living, where applying hotel services and a hospitality ethos to homes isn’t new. People will select their residence based on the concierge provided and are well prepared to pay for their services,” she adds.
Etymon’s The Club will custom-fit its services with options will including home management (grocery put away, coordinating tradespeople, watering plants and vehicle maintenance) and home event planning (dinner parties, children’s birthdays and more).
In October, Etymon will also launch a new restaurant at Blue’s base for fine dining in the North Sydney precinct. Part bistro, boulangerie and traitor, Loulou will by spearheaded by head chef Billy Hannigan (ex-The Ledbury and Bistro Guillaume), general manager Lucas Christofle (ex-Half Acre), bar manager, Colin Tam (ex-Charlie Parker’s) and sommelier Shun Eto (ex-Icebergs).

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.


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