New apartments in the Festival State: The top five off the plan apartments for sale in Adelaide

Adelaide has continued to lead the property bounce back with the house price fall expected in Sydney and Melbourne not reaching the South Australian capital

New apartments in the Festival State: The top five off the plan apartments for sale in Adelaide
Quayview on Adelphi, Glenelg North. Image supplied

Adelaide has continued to lead the property bounce back with the house price fall expected in Sydney and Melbourne not reaching the South Australian capital.

Adelaide dwelling prices could rise by up to eight per cent growth, SQM Research’s Boom and Bust report predicted last November.

Units are expected to yield better results than homes this year, as affordability issues restrict many buyers from entering the property market.

Nonetheless, interstate investor interest has continued, especially as Adelaide rose to be the third most liveable city in the world according to the latest Economist Intelligence Unit’s survey.

Urban has wrapped the best apartments on offer across South Australia's capital.

1. Quayview on Adelphi, Glenelg North
Developer: Barrio Developments

Offering a collection of 44 apartments, Quayview on Adelphi delivers a collection of 21 unique floorplans and views, catering for every kind of lifestyle.

Positioned on Glenelg North’s highly regarded Adelphi Terrace, the architecturally designed development boasts convenience and luxury.

Designed by local designer Tetvs, Quayview offers floor-to-ceiling windows, large balconies, generous living spaces and a communal rooftop garden area.

2. The Brougham, North Adelaide
Developer: Hindmarsh

Whilst all the apartments at the Brougham have now sold out, a one-of-a-kind residence remains following extensive restoration works.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home features an expansive master bedroom suite, a formal lounge and dining area with two-way fireplace, conservatory, study, private courtyards, and secure parking for two vehicles. 

Maintaining its original bluestone façade, the development is situated in North Adelaide’s most premium location, looking over Brougham Gardens and the city beyond.

3. Realm, Adelaide
Developer: Parallel Property

Featuring some of the city’s most expensive apartments, Realm delivers luxurious amenities and quality living to Adelaide’s CBD.

Designed by Elenberg Fraser, the slimline and stylish tower rises above the historic Assay House, built in 1858, and comprises a collection of 320 apartments.

The project features an on-site CrossFit gym, 25-metre outdoor pull, yoga studio, large entertaining deck, indoor dining area and Wellness Centre.

4. Klemzig on Fourth, Klemzig
Developer: Rivergum Homes

Located just six kilometres north of Adelaide, Klemzig on Fourth is a new collection of cleverly designed homes for a youthful, modern lifestyle.

Positioned between the winding paths and foliage of the River Torrens Linear Park Trail and North East Road, the project is ideal for the first home buyer or young family looking for value in today’s market.

Designed and built by Rivergum Homes, Klemzig on Fourth offers a unique range of floorplans, styles and living options, without compromising quality, style, space or location.

5. East End, Adelaide
Developer: Wellstone

East End is a 16-storey building delivered by Wellstone, that delivers 140 modern two and three-bedroom apartments in the heart of Adelaide’s East End.

Many of the residences provide 360-degree panoramic cityscapes, including views across parklands and botanical gardens.

Set on Pirie Street, the development is within close proximity to Hutt Street and Rundle Street, a number of transport options and strong educational institutions.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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