An influx of apartment buyers in Sydney’s growing north-west has led AUX Group to bring forward the next release in The Boulevard – an apartment project attached to Rouse Hill Town Centre.
Stage two of The Boulevard includes a boutique release of 58 apartments with a diverse mix of one, two and three-bedroom units on the doorstep of a bustling shopping, dining and entertainment precinct.
Prices for one-bedroom apartments range from $515,000 - $640,000, two-bedroom apartments are priced from $660,000 - $865,000 and three-bedroom apartments range from $895,000 - $1,015,000.
The release of Stage 2 at The Boulevard coincides with AUX Group’s partnership with Castle Hill RSL Group in which members are being offered an exclusive lifestyle package with a Lynwood Country Club membership included when they choose to call The Boulevard home or take advantage of the investment opportunity.
“We recognise that although many people are seeking out the simpler, low-maintenance lifestyle that comes with apartment living, they also want to enjoy the great Australian outdoors as much as possible so this partnership with Castle Hill RSL Group is the perfect way to offer the best of both worlds for these members,” AUX Group Associate Director Michael Wang said.
The Boulevard is being jointly marketed through international firm Colliers International and local experts PRDnationwide Norwest.
Colliers Director of Residential Project Marketing David Chittenden says it’s no surprise Stage one of The Boulevard is more than 80 per cent sold given its unique lifestyle offering on the doorstep of Rouse Hill Town Centre.
“Right across Sydney we’re seeing a natural attraction to apartment projects close to transport links and that’s certainly the case at The Boulevard, with the North West Metro line only a short walk down the street,” he said.
“Investors and owner-occupiers alike are also seeing the value of an apartment in a busy central people’s district like Rouse Hill Town Centre because of the convenient lifestyle on offer.”
David Inkster from PRDnationwide Norwest says The Boulevard has attracted a mix of downsizers and young professionals who want to stay in the area they love but prefer apartment living over traditional house and land parcels in the north-west.