Longton Property's 'Avantra' Project To Help Transform South Sydney


The $300 million Avantra residential project developed by Longton Property will contribute significantly to the overall revitalisation of Mascot, a suburb set to become a vibrant and bustling epicentre in southern Sydney.

Located just 15 minutes from the Sydney CBD at 659-669 Gardeners Road, Avantra is positioned within a precinct currently undergoing rapid gentrification, slowly transforming into a premium location for urban living, supported by major infrastructure upgrades and a range of new amenity.

Longton Property's vision for Avantra

Longton Property’s Avantra project comprises 328 luxury apartments spread across two residential towers, a 12-storey North Tower and a 13-storey South Tower. The two towers feature ground floor retail with a total of 13 retail tenancies. The leading architect on the project is Nettletontribe.

Beyond the thoughtfully designed apartments and prime location, Avantra also boasts a number of highly desirable resort-style facilities. Residents can enjoy a generously sized tranquil garden, rooftop swimming pool, gym, barbecue areas and social and entertaining zones.

Longton Property Group Director, Winnie Pi said the vision is to offer residents a home that speaks luxury and innovation, complemented by a tranquil outdoor environment, all of which will enhance their lifestyle.

The transformation of Mascot

Winnie Pi said Mascot is a suburb that’s going through a lot of change and gentrification, and we recognised the prime opportunity to be part of something big.

“There’s an insatiable appetite for residential property in Sydney, particularly for dwellings located close to the Sydney CBD, major transport hubs and other important facilities – all features that Mascot offers,” Ms Pi said.

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