News Buyers Rush To Be Part Of PAYCE’s Latest Victoria Park Development
PAYCE’s Managing Director, Brian Boyd says he was not surprised by the demand for apartments and townhouses in his company’s latest development, Platinum by PAYCE, at Victoria Park.
“The first stage of 180 apartments sold out within three months of going to market and we were inundated with enquires about the timing of stage two,” he said. “As a result we brought forward the launch of stage two, which saw the final 142 apartments snapped up just as quickly. From the outset, we knew we had an outstanding design and were keen to deliver something special in the way of contemporary urban living in Victoria Park,” Brian Boyd said.
Platinum has been designed by the internationally acclaimed architect, Nick Turner, and represents many years of evolving apartment planning. The timeless interiors are by Koichi Takada, who brings an Asian approach to their look and feel.
Residents will have access to a gym, spa, steam room, massage room and unique lounge areas within a Zen garden. There will be a landscaped central courtyard complete with an outdoor kitchen for social gatherings, bespoke seating as well as raised timber and bamboo pods for private relaxation – all set in leafy surrounds highlighted by black bamboo and winding stone paths.
Platinum represents the very latest in luxury apartment living with a wide choice of accommodation in its 322 apartments and townhouses spread over five buildings. Each building has its own lobby, all featuring extensive use of natural stone and timbers.
Brian Boyd said Platinum was ideally located within Victoria Park with parks on three sides and 92% of apartments able to enjoy parkland views. “With the nearby East Village shopping centre PAYCE is also building ready in the second half of 2014, there is an abundance of amenities right on the doorstep,” he said.
“From our earlier experiences with Apex and East Village, we had a good idea what buyers wanted, such as innovative design, convenient transport and good services, lifestyle amenities and affordability,” he said. “On top of that, the Sydney CBD is just three kilometres away, the airport just four kilometres and the pick of some of the best beaches in Sydney are within 20 minutes’ drive.”
The first residents are expected to move in by late 2014.