GWH complete stage two of Newcastle's SKY Residences apartment development

Consisting of 73 apartments, Sky Residences Stage Two sores nine-stories into the air, alongside the 19-storey, 66-metre Stage One tower, which was completed in late 2021.
GWH complete stage two of Newcastle's SKY Residences apartment development
Alison Warters July 14, 2022

Developer GWH has successfully completed stage two of its sold out Newcastle apartment project, SKY Residences.

The nine-level tower, which sits alongside the 19-level stage one tower which was completed in late 2021, comprises 73 apartments. All 189 apartments in the project havec all sold out.

GWH Managing Director Jonathan Craig says the project represents a significant milestone for the local developers.

“It has been incredible to watch our plans for this site come to life over the last few years”, Craig said.

“SKY Residences is our largest residential project undertaken to date. To successfully deliver such an iconic new development to the Newcastle skyline truly is a phenomenal achievement and one we are all immensely proud of”.

Construction of Sky Residences began in October 2019.

SKY includes an array of resident-only facilities including a pool, gym and the rooftop SKY Lounge, which is an indoor and outdoor entertaining space, providing panoramic views over the CBD and beyond.

“As Newcastle locals, we have a deep understanding of the lifestyle aspects Novocastrians desire to amplify the incredible living experience this city provides," Craig added.

"The feedback from our stage one purchasers has been fantastic and I can’t wait for stage two purchasers to experience all that this iconic, new destination has to offer."

GWH has been a steadfast presence across the Hunter region for over 25 years, backed by a strong track record of delivering commercial, industrial and residential projects within the area, including current works such as Newcastle’s, ONE Apartments and Charlestown’s Macquarie Tower, both set to start construction by the end of the year.

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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