Four new apartments in the City of Sydney from $592,800

New apartments with modern designs, developed close to the CBD, are drawing quality tenants
Four new apartments in the City of Sydney from $592,800
Sydney's Castle Residences
Max KwokMarch 23, 2021

Astute property investors are recognising the potential of the City of Sydney, with its numerous amenities, leading universities and great employment opportunities.

New apartments with modern designs, developed close to the CBD, are drawing quality tenants.

Throughout the inner-city council region, each suburb boasts its own unique character and identity, from period properties, art deco to modern industrial.

Ever-strengthening infrastructure in the area includes the soon-to-be-completed Sydney Metro City and South-West, which will result in trains running every two minutes.

According to SQM Research, gross rental yields for all units currently sits at 3.5 per cent, the best performing rental type in the area.

For those who wish to capitalise on great cafés and restaurant, and good transport, the Sydney Council might be the ideal new LGA to call home.

Urban takes a look at four new apartments located within the council area, starting from $592,800.

1. Castle Residences, Sydney
Address: 203 Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW 2000
One-bedroom apartments from $1,230,000

Developed by United Development Sydney, the highly anticipated Castle Residences is set to offer 131 apartments just off Hyde Park.

The project 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.

The mixed-use development is being designed by Candalepas Associates, with amenities including luxurious dining areas, private dining spaces and in-residence catering. Manhattan-style apartments overlook Australia’s oldest park and timeless sculptural alcoves and arches bring together historical and contemporary architecture.

2. The Laneways, Rosebery
Address: 33-37 Mentmore Avenue, Rosebery NSW 2018
One-bedroom apartments from $592,800

The Laneways, a collection of four five-storey apartment buildings is Rosebery’s “exciting new address.”

Delivered by Ellerson Property, the project will offer private balconies, green courtyards and a rooftop terrace to socialise with friends and neighbours while enjoying the panoramic city vistas.

Located in one of Sydney’s coolest neighbourhoods, homebuyers will appreciate the project’s entertainers’ kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows and soft-close cabinetry.

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

As the most significant new development in Sydney, Park Sydney is an exciting opportunity for investors and will create a new local for Erskineville.

Delivered by GH Australia, the project is set over 6.9-hectares, centred around a 7,400sqm park.

The project’s first buildings are named after two of Australia’s national parks, Botany and Cascade, and are designed by WMK Architecture.

Spread across nine buildings, ranging between two and eight stories, the apartments will deliver spacious and light-filled residences.

The precinct will include barbeque facilities, amphitheatres, walkways and cycleways into the city.

4. Eminence, Zetland
Address: 811 Elizabeth Street, Zetland NSW 2017
One-bedroom apartments from $745,000

Offering a remarkable boutique trio of buildings, Mirvac’s 254-apartment Eminence project commands four street frontages between Green Square and the CBD.

The development offers onsite retail, 1,840 sqm of lush podium gardens and a 75-place childcare centre.

Designed by DKO Architecture, the property showcases high-quality finishes and fixtures, and carefully curated residences.

Some apartments include their own private rooftop terraces and others with uninterrupted CBD and Botany Bay views.

The adjacent Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre includes beach-inspired pools, open-air training facilities and playgrounds.

Max Kwok

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

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