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 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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