Five Sydney apartments with the most lavish communal dining

Here are five of Sydney's most lavish communal dining areas offered within apartments on the market right now

Five Sydney apartments with the most lavish communal dining
Opera Residences

A new wave of luxury apartment living has arrived in Sydney, with buyers seeking high-end amenities and elegant design from new developments. 

With many projects now offering communal dining spaces and restaurants on their ground floors, we took a look at five Sydney apartments boasting the most lavish dining areas.
 

1. King & Phillip, Sydney
Address: 148-160 King Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Five Sydney apartments with the most lavish communal dining

Formerly the site of the University of Sydney Law School building, the soon to be completed King & Phillip development offers lavish living for Sydney’s elite. Delivered by Galileo, the 26-storey building is inspired by nearby colonial-era architecture, featuring natural materials and colonnade.

The luxury development boasts alfresco dining will under the colonnade and Phillip Street terrace, as well as private residents’ dining and lounge. The aesthetic appeal and timeless quality of the exterior continues seamlessly throughout the residences’ interiors.

2. Opera Residences, Sydney
Address: 71 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Five Sydney apartments with the most lavish communal dining

Amongst Sydney’s most luxurious developments on the market today is Macrolink and Landream’s Opera Residences. The 19-storey tower offers 104 high-end apartments in Bennelong Point and boasts luxury finishes including Calacatta marble, Gold Portoro marble and travertine.

Designed by Crone Architects, the project will include four levels of restaurant, retail and dining space, with views over the Harbour Bridge, Opera House and the Botanical Gardens.

3. The Lennox, Parramatta
Address: 12 Phillip Street, Parramatta NSW 2150

Five Sydney apartments with the most lavish communal dining

Bordering the Parramatta River and rising 152-metres is Aoyuan International’s The Lennox. Featuring luxurious private dining and lounge spaces, as well as ground floor boardwalk restaurants, The Lennox brings countless amenities and luxury to Western Sydney living.

Designed by Marchese Partners, the development boasts floor-to-ceiling glazed windows, winter gardens and a 25-metre lap pool.

4. Castle Residences, Sydney
Address: 203 Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Five Sydney apartments with the most lavish communal dining

Castle Residences merges high-end apartments with five-star luxury hotel services and amenities, with construction including the refurbishment of the 142-year-old heritage-listed Porter House building.

Designed by Candalepas Associates, the development offers luxurious dining areas, private dining spaces and in-residence catering. Manhattan-style apartments overlook Hyde Park and timeless sculptural alcoves and arches bring together historical and contemporary architecture.

5. Central at the Langston, Epping
Address: 12-22 Langston Place, Epping NSW 2121

Five Sydney apartments with the most lavish communal dining

Central, the Langston’s second stage, offers lavish amenities and luxury residences in Sydney’s Epping community. With move-in scheduled for later this year, residents will enjoy the development’s Sky Lounge & Dining terrace, as well as a 20-metre pool and wellness hub.

Designed by Architectus, Central offers 180 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments across 24 storeys, featuring premium appliances, full-height timber-look cabinetry and more than 2,000sqm of communal landscaped gardens.

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Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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