Stirling launch second Mount Pleasant apartment tower, Cirque Duet

Stirling launch second Mount Pleasant apartment tower, Cirque Duet
Cirque Duet at 63-65 Kishorn Rd, Mount Pleasant. Image supplied
Alison Warters April 4, 2022

Following the success of their sold-out Cirque Residences in Mount Pleasant, the renowned Western Australia builder developer, Stirling Capital, has launched its sister tower, Cirque Duet.

The new 20-storey, 98-apartment tower sits on the banks of the Canning River.

Promising peak luxury and amazing views of the Perth CBD across the Canning and Swan rivers, Cirque Duet offers buyers the chance to join an established community that has received nationwide acclaim.

Cirque is one of Western Australia’s most-awarded residential apartment projects, noted for its design, amenity, and sustainability.

Luke Reinecke, Managing Director of Stirling Capital, said the accolades are recognition for Stirling’s focus on design-led developments that are sustainable and sit comfortably in their surroundings.

The secondary tower will link to the original project, Cirque, creating a butterfly-building profile with the wing opening up views for apartments along the rivers.

Comprising one, two and three-bedroom configurations, Stirling engaged MJA Studios to design the tower.

The fourth floor will be home to a 3000 sqm podium deck which will join the two buildings. Providing shared lifestyle spaces and features, the podium will feature a heated swimming pool, spa, sauna, steam room, gym, private dining, wine room, children’s playground, barbecue facilities and a pet wash, all set amongst extensive landscaping.


Internally, the residences have open, functional layouts, luxury finishes and high-end V-Zug appliances.

To top it off, Cirque is the first residential building in WA to certified as a five-star building by the Green Building Council of Australia, with car share facilities available for residents.  

Residents also have access to a train station, local retail, and cafes, and walking and biking trails nearby.

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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