NINE by Mirvac, Willoughby apartments, hits 70 per cent sold off the plan

The latest Mirvac results advised the first update on sales at NINE at Willoughby

NINE by Mirvac, Willoughby apartments, hits 70 per cent sold off the plan
Nine by Mirvac's lawn and playground. Image is a render only. Image supplied

NINE at Willoughby, Sydney has seen sales of 70 per cent of its released lots.

Mirvac is developing the Nine Network’s headquarters in Willoughby after paying $249 million for the 3.2 hectare site at 6-30 Artarmon Rd.

Nine had broadcast there from 1956, vacating last year when it moved to Winten Property Group’s new 39-storey tower at 1 Denison Street in North Sydney.

NINE by Mirvac, Willoughby is set to deliver 442 apartments all up, in stages. The current offerings are in two of the 10 buildings, the Overture and Montage buildings.

The one bedroom prices start from $820,000. The two bedrooms are from $1,520,000. There are also three bedroom abodes.

It has been designed by Mirvac Design & CHROFI with the landscaping by McGregor Coxall. Its interiors will be a collaboration by MIM Design and Mirvac Design.

It will be a landmark community on Sydney’s north shore "expected to set a new benchmark in the area."

NINE by Mirvac will be a contemporary collection of low-rise apartments.

Renewal of the former home of broadcasting will deliver 6,500sqm of open space. 

Tai Ropiha director of architects CHROFI said the designs blended the urban and the natural to create a sense of calm and timelessness.

Inside, the homes will have modern finishes that make them "both functional and practical."

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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