Top Spring launch luxury Ode, Double Bay apartments

There will be just 15 three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses, with interiors by Alwill Interiors, across the five-level project
The views from Ode Double Bay. Image supplied
Joel Robinson July 27, 20220 min read

The burgeoning Sydney property developer, Top Spring Australia, has launched its second Sydney project in a matter of weeks.

Having launched The Newlands, the park-side mini-masterplan in St Leonards, Top Spring has followed it up with its new Double Bay apartment project, Ode Double Bay.

This rare residential offering in the heart of Double Bay village occupies a prominent corner site at 19-27 Cross Street, directly linked to a proposed public plaza with street-level dining, cafés and bars. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to custom-make a remarkable life filled with all Double Bay has to offer.

Top Spring Managing Director Sydney Ma says they've focused on delivering an incomparable destination address that befits the epicentre of the East.

“We’ve designed Ode, Double Bay as a seamless integration between architecture, interiors and art with a commitment to a masterful expression of creativity, design and environmental principles," Ma said.

The regarded architect Luigi Rosselli has designed Ode Double Bay, with European influences at the centre. 

Responding uniquely to the building’s corner positioning, the curved façade draws inspiration from Sydney Harbour’s coves and curves to maximize harbour views and amenities.

“My design echoes the modernist architectural style of Oscar Niemeyer, Gio Ponti and Le Corbusier—a positive, optimistic response to the global re-emergence into the 1950s,” Rosselli says.

“I feel, post-pandemic, that it’s the perfect opportunity to revive their joyful approach, boldly embracing innovation and asymmetry in the fusing of organic shapes, geometric forms and sinuous lines.”

There will be just 15 three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses, with interiors by Alwill Interiors, across the five-level project. The ground floor comprises large retail spaces complete with a north-facing plaza, connecting food and beverage operators with existing dining spaces in the unique heritage conservation area along Transvaal Avenue.

A full-time concierge is available to residents, with services including making reservations for events and dining, organizing dry cleaning, receiving deliveries and coordinating access for cleaning and maintenance.

The apartments range in size from 219 sqm to 311 sqm internally, which will appeal to the local owner-occupier and downsizer market. Each apartment features Rosselli’s signature statement fireplaces in living areas.

Top Spring Australia have had success in inner Sydney before with Munro House in Elizabeth Bay, and are seeking to replicate the same quality or urban living at Ode.

Ode, Double Bay will begin construction in Q1 2023 with a proposed completion date of Q1 2025. Starting price for a three-bedroom residence is $9,695,000 and ranges up to $25 million.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and new developments across the country
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