Jade Residences Aims To Make The Most Of Park Outlook


Chinese backed developer Loftex is gearing up for the launch of the latest addition to Epping's apartment market, with the the New York-inspired Jade project set to be unveiled shortly.

The project, at 3-7 Forest Grove, Epping, will offer a range of one, two and three bedroom apartments designed and built to maximise the location and leafy, green outlook.

Jade occupies one of Epping's most prized locations, overlooking the tranquillity of Forest Park yet positioned only a few minutes walk from Epping’s soon-to-be revitalised town centre and train station.

"Inside and out, Jade embodies a level of quality and design aimed to satisfy the most discerning purchaser," the project's website says. "Set alongside Forest Park, it is an exclusive haven just steps from Epping’s evolving heart."

The project comprises two low-rise architectural buildings designed to create instant street appeal. A striking copper coloured roof makes a statement, while lush landscaping and the adjacent park provide signature green to Jade’s surrounds.

"This dynamic architectural profile sets the stage for benchmark design excellence, enhanced indoor-outdoor living, and wonderful park and district views," the developer said.

Buyers can choose from a range of New York loft-style apartments or elevated penthouses.

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Jade Residences is being developed by Loftex, a privately-owned company specialising in the development of high quality residential and apartment projects.

Recent projects include Embassy in St Leonards, the Sugarmill warehouse conversion in Camperdown and radiance in Darling Harbour.

Loftex has already commenced construction on the project but prices are yet to be released.

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