Developer Pradella has completed construction of two new buildings in its $1 billion Riverside West End community, paving the way for hundreds of new residents to call the community home.
The Arbor and Parc buildings comprise a combined 237 one, two and three bedroom apartments boasting a range of views across the river, city and 5,500 square metres of private parklands at the heart of Riverside West End.
The parklands have been upgraded in line with the completion of Arbor and Parc, with the addition of new barbecue terraces and cabanas surrounding an existing lagoon and lap pool, and the opening of a Health Oasis including a fully equipped gymnasium and showers.
The towers are located in Riverside's The Gardens precinct, which already boasts the completed Rise and View buildings.
Pradella Director Kim Pradella said purchasers choose Riverside West End because it is a highly connected, lifestyle-oriented community and designed to suit a variety of personalities.
"Riverside West End has three 'lifestyle nodes' which appeal to different types of people - those who like to be active, those who enjoy entertaining and those who like the finer things in life, like shopping and dining," he said.
"Riverside's 'active zone' includes the new Health Oasis and a network of walking, cycling and running paths within the community and extending along Riverside Drive, leading residents right into Southbank or the CBD.
"Pradella also has plans in the pipeline to create another 'marketplace' along Montague Road to add to West End's culinary culture."Mr Pradella said while lifestyle is a major drawcard at Riverside West End, the success of the community also hinges on the quality of apartments on offer.
"The apartments at Riverside West End have been created with owner-occupiers in mind," he said.
The Gardens is now 93% sold, with a limited number of apartments remaining priced from $415,000.