Stargate Property Group’s new $124 million new residential development in Sydney’s Bondi Junction is planning to make a bold statement in the eastern suburb’s streetscape.
'Bondi Central' was designed by DJRD Architects and was made up of two apartment buildings that feature black architectural elements and a series of interactive privacy screens and layered façades to create a landmark statement.
A mosaic atrium and glass façade delivers a glass breezeway linking the two towers and offering views on every level.
Lobbies with chic, textured tile work, wooden bench seating and luxurious black key lines transport residents seamlessly to secure parking and street level, where a lively arcade filled with cafes, delis and shops deliver them straight to all the action on Oxford and Spring Streets.
Internally, Bondi Central will daily luxuries including natural light, ventilation, tactile finishes, worthy outlooks and secure privacy.
Stargate Property Managing Director Andrew Starr said Bondi Central offers an unparalleled lifestyle with the convenience of Bondi Junction at its doorstep.
"Oversized living areas seamlessly flow out to generous balconies creating a relaxing indoor/ outdoor ambiance. Lime-washed engineered timber flooring complements light Terrazzo stone tiles to deliver a relaxed costal vibe.
"Chic blackhighlights in kitchens and bathrooms add a contemporary aesthetic carried throughout apartments and external areas. Modern kitchens feature satin black stone bench tops, crisp white polyurethane joinery and quality Ilve appliances.
"Bathrooms feature floating satin black vanities against a marble mosaic feature wall with tapware and accessories to match finished with seamless rain shower coves.
"A beautiful rooftop sky garden offers open communal space gazes out to the city skyline, Sydney Harbour, Centennial Park and Botany Bay," he said.
CBRE Residential Director Tim Rees said the gentrification of Bondi Junction over the past few years has provided buyers with the opportunity to purchase high quality residential developments never before offered in this area.
“Buyers have become increasingly drawn to Bondi Junction during this gentrification phase and have realised the intrinsic value of the suburb which now allows them to buy into high quality residential developments in close proximity to local transport and major amenities including Westfield, the iconic Bondi Beach, Sydney CBD and the beautiful Centennial Parklands,” Mr Rees said.
Travel is easy with buses leaving regularly for the Sydney CBD, Northern Suburbs and Bondi Beach close to home.
Bondi Central is in close proximity to shops, restaurants, key transport links and school, as well as Bondi Beach and Centennial ParkBondi Central will launch on April 1, 2017. Construction completion is expected in mid-2019.