Angelo Property Group has almost sold out an entire development in Melbourne’s Fitzroy through a word-of-mouth sales campaign.
The hugely successful campaign saw 90% of the
MIYA development sold within an 8 week period.
MIYA comprises 60 boutique apartments, luxury townhouses and boutique office space in the trendy inner northern suburb.
One bedroom apartments were priced from $450,000, two bedroom apartments from $600,000 and townhouses from $900,000.
Partnering with award-winning architect
Kennedy Nolan and landscape designer
Jack Merlo, Angelo Property Group is looking to set a new precedent by combining tranquil, outdoor residential living within the heart of urban Melbourne.
Located on the corner of Rose St and Kerr St, the 60 apartments and townhouses are all distinct in character with Merlo’s Japanese inspired gardens, state of the art fittings, fixtures and appliances all housed behind sheer finishes.
Marble bench tops and kitchen walls, polished finishes in bathrooms and en-suites give residents a luxurious quality of living, while solar panels and recycled water, make MIYA functional and environmentally friendly..
The restoration of the heritage façade, fronting Rose St blends seamlessly with the eclectic mix of residential and industrial buildings in the area.
“My family has lived and worked in Fitzroy for 40 years, so we understand and respect its culture. We’ve consulted with the community and been careful to include their feedback in our design as well as take the heritage of the area into consideration,” says Angelo.
Fitzroy, according to realestate.com.au statistics is in high demand.
“Fitzroy is the only city fringe area that doesn’t currently have an oversupply of apartments. Buyers are drawn to the area for its lifestyle, but the high level of demand and rental return also makes Fitzroy extremely appealing for investors,” said Ange Angelo, director of Angelo Property Group.
Construction is expected to start in December 2013, six months ahead of schedule.