Greenland Centre sub-penthouse off the plan resale

It ranks among Sydney’s highest apartments situated on the 82nd floor of the yet to be completed Greenland Centre in the CBD.

Greenland Centre sub-penthouse off the plan resale
Greenland Centre sub-penthouse off the plan resale

The former Macquarie banker-turned-Nulux Energy chairman Tony Ferguson and his doctor wife Robin sold their off the plan Sydney apartment on Christmas Eve.

It ranks among Sydney’s highest apartments with their 2014 off-the-plan sub-penthouse on the 82nd floor of the yet to be completed Greenland Centre in the CBD.

The skyscraper is still under construction, with the couple deciding to stay in their $4.7 million Stamford on Kent Millers Point in-between apartment home since their Pymble home sold for $8.5 million

The sub-penthouse 82.01/115 Bathurst Street comes with a private lift.

Spanning about 179 square metres, it has views from the Sydney heads to Darling Harbour.

Each of the three bedrooms will have an en suite. There is also a study area.

Nic Krasnostein at Ray White Double Bay had a June expressions of interest for what was marketed as the building’s only north-facing sub-penthouse.

The contract resale was up for $9.5 million to $10 million through Krasnostein and Residence Property’s Alex Vrisakis.

There was a $35 million asking price by Chinese-backed developer Greenland Australia for the King penthouse above.

The Greenland Australia developed Greenland Centre Sydney on Bathurst Street was anticipated for a 2020 completion, however delays now see its estimated completion towards the end of 2021.

The $700 million tower will soar 235 metres in to the sky with 481 apartments over the 67 levels to a design by Woods Bagot and BVN.

The Bathurst Street block initially saw a the 300 apartments in stage one sell out nearly eight years ago, with prices ranging from $595,000 for a studio to $4.38 million for a three bed, with a then anticipated 2017 completion date.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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