The top five apartments for sale in Sydney's inner-city suburbs

Urban takes a look at the best off-the-plan apartments for sale in Sydney’s inner-city suburbs.
Waterfall by Crown Group. Image supplied.
Max KwokFebruary 8, 20220 min read

Sydney house prices continued their surge over January, with affordability issues continuing to plague prospective buyers in the city’s inner suburbs.  

Growing house prices are pushing more and more home buyers in to the apartment sector, with many looking at the value in off the plan apartments, with small deposits before completion, and room for value growth while the apartments are being developed.

Urban has had a look at the best off-the-plan apartments for sale in Sydney’s inner-city suburbs.

1. Waterfall by Crown
Developer: Crown Group

Positioned four kilometres east of the Sydney CBD, Waterfall by Crown Group is a collection of four towers inspired by the tropical landscapes of Indonesia.

The luxuriously appointed apartments include 331 residences in one, two and three-bedroom configurations.

The ground-breaking new development delivers a sophisticated, resort-style residence to Waterloo, offering a balance of luxury, nature and beauty.

Designed by SJB Architects, the development features an internal lagoon, lush rooftop escape, tropical bamboo walk, and a 22-metre waterfall.

2. Alex Collective
Developer: Ceerose

In the neighbouring suburb of Alexandria, Ceerose is delivering a collection of 163 one, two and three-bedroom apartments at Alex Collective.

"Alexandria has always been a highly sought-after location with its unique terraces, warehouse-style apartments and heritage homes in a historic industrial-aged setting”, said director of residential at Colliers, David McMahon.

Designed by Andrew Burns Architecture, each apartment boasts floor-to-ceiling storage, bay windows and a balcony fringed by greenery.

The homes also feature concrete-inspired stone benchtops, sandstone-coloured joinery and integrated appliances.

3. Mastery by Crown
Developer: Crown Group

Not far from Crown’s other development, Mastery by Crown Group delivers a new cluster of five newly completed buildings in Green Square.

Set to become Australia’s first Japanese-themed residential community, the development will feature 368 luxury apartments and a 2,175sqm retail precinct, which will home 27 stores and a new Japanese eat street.

Mastery is the last council-permitted tower for the area, meaning that this is an exclusive opportunity to secure views that will be impossible to replicate in Waterloo with existing zoning rules.

Inspired by the interplay of light, hikari, and shadow, kage, each interior features modern and sophisticated fittings and furnishings designed to enrich residents’ health and happiness in a Zen manner.

4. Surry Hills Village
Developer: TOGA

Aligning with the City of Sydney’s strategy of transforming inner-city urban precincts, Surry Hills Village will deliver the regeneration of a 1.2-hectare site to meet the needs of locals and visitors.

Designed by Iain Halliday and BKH, the masterplanned community will feature 122 apartments and a 102-room hotel, as well as 12,000sqm of commercial and retail spaces, featuring a Coles supermarket, specialty retail and parking for retail customers.

Surry Hills Village was designed by SJB Architects, built to incorporate outdoor spaces, balconies and landscaped gardens.

Complementing the quality private open space, residential communal spaces will include walled gardens, barbecue courtyards and rooftop gardens.

5. The Frederick
Developer: Mirvac

Rising 23 storeys at Green Square, The Frederick is Mirvac’s latest stage at its Green Square development.

Offering a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, the development features family-sized residences, hotel-like amenities and views across the Sydney city skyline.

Designed by Smart Design Studio and Mirvac Design, its façade features a striking curvilinear form that is punctuated by illuminated elements.

Positioned at the gateway to Sydney’s sought-after Green Square Town Centre, these residences are located amongst an exciting cosmopolitan playground, which includes parklands, civic plaza and convenient transport offerings.

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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