Five reasons to secure a Perth apartment in the vibrant Shenton Quarter community

The $140 million mixed-use residential and retail development delivers 157 luxurious and light-filled residences in the highly sought-after Shenton Park urban village

Five reasons to secure a Perth apartment in the vibrant Shenton Quarter community
Shenton Quarter, Shenton Park. Image: Supplied

Shenton Quarter is the latest development delivered by leading Western Australian developer Iris Residential in joint venture with Alceon.

The $140 million mixed-use residential and retail development delivers 157 luxurious and light-filled residences in the highly sought-after Shenton Park urban village.

Located within DevelopmentWA's Montario Quarter Estate, the one, two and three-bedroom apartments boast convenience and luxury with the prime western suburbs lifestyle at your fingertips.

Urban takes a look at five reasons you should consider an apartment at Shenton Quarter. 

1. Developed by Iris Residential

Iris Residential is Perth’s leading developer of apartments for owner-occupiers, delivering liveable homes in premium locations.

The development group have successfully completed 24 apartment projects, characterised by their high-quality, thoughtful design and amenity-rich locations.

2. Luxurious Residences

Five reasons to secure a Perth apartment in the vibrant Shenton Quarter community

Designed by Cameron Chisholm Nicol, known for many notable buildings across the Perth CBD and wider metro area, Shenton Quarter delivers a mix of architecturally-designed loft-style townhouses and apartments.

The project’s offerings include high ceilings, wool carpets, reconstituted stone benchtops and the choice of three colour schemes.

Generously sized balconies and terraces with outstanding views help to form the amazing Shenton Quarter address that residents can take pride in.

3. Communal Amenities

Five reasons to secure a Perth apartment in the vibrant Shenton Quarter community

The Shenton Park development offers residents exclusive access to private landscaped gardens, vegetable gardens and fruit orchid with citrus trees.

Among the developments other amenities include a 20-metre solar-heated swimming pool, lounge and dining area, a children’s play area and a stylish outdoor barbeque area.

Convenience is at the centre of the project’s considered design, with a fully-equipped gym open to residents and a yoga deck perfect for a morning fitness session.

4. On-Site Retail

Five reasons to secure a Perth apartment in the vibrant Shenton Quarter community

Delivering the ultimate in 21st-century convenience, Shenton Quarter delivers a new shared pedestrian-car laneway.

The laneway will be lined with cafés, alfresco dining, ground-floor supermarkets, specialist boutiques, pharmacy and commercial tenancies.

The retail space will be anchored by a new speciality Coles supermarket.

5. Environmentally-friendly Community

Five reasons to secure a Perth apartment in the vibrant Shenton Quarter community

With an environmentally sustainable design, Shenton Quarter achieves a four-star Green Star equivalent rating and features best-practice sustainability features.

The project will be home to a 400-metre vegetable garden, exclusive to residents and half an acre of landscaped gardens worth over $2 million.

Other green features include bike storage, 85kW photovoltaic cells to provide supplementary power for common area power use, four electric car charging ports and water-efficient design.

Apartments in the Perth development begin at $399,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, while two and three-bedroom apartments start from $580,000 and $880,000, respectively.

The project is slated for completion mid-next year.

 

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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Western Australia Shenton Park Shenton Quarter Iris Residential Montario Quarter Estate

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