Construction has been completed on a $270 million masterplanned community at Hurstville, transforming a former car yard into a thriving residential hub.
The joint venture between Australian hotelier and developer TOGA and SC Capital Partners, Highpoint Hurstville, includes a three-tower 448-apartment development located at the highest topographic point in Hurstville City.
More than 800 residents now occupy the Stanisic Architects-designed development.
TOGA Development and Construction Chief Executive Officer Fabrizio Perilli said Highpoint Hurstville delivered high-quality and convenient living to one of Sydney’s most central locations.
“Highpoint Hurstville is centrally located to access both the CBD and the airport with an abundance of direct transport links, shopping amenities and educational facilities,” Mr Perilli said.
“What was once a well-known car yard has been transformed into high-quality inclusive living with every imaginable convenience at the doorstep of residents.
“The result is a vibrant built environment aligned with TOGA’s strategy to improve the quality of housing in high-growth locations across Sydney,” he said.
Set on over 8000 square metres, Highpoint Hurstville features extensive outdoor leisure areas including landscaped gardens at ground-level and a 200 square metres rooftop garden furnished with sheltered seating.
TOGA General Manager of Sales, Marketing and Property Management Alex Adams said they reached some impressive milestones in terms of apartment sales shortly after construction commenced.
“Highpoint Hurstville has been incredibly popular with buyers with all 448 apartments selling out immediately after construction commenced,” Mr Adams said.
Many apartments at Highpoint Hurstville boast spectacular views to the Sydney CBD, George’s River and surrounds; captured by floor-to-ceiling glazing and alfresco terraces.
Located in Hurstville’s city centre, Highpoint Hurstville is located 16 kilometres from the Sydney CBD and 800 metres from Hurstville Station.
Residents are within walking distance to nearby Hurstville Westfield, the railway station as well as the pedestrian strip shopping dotted along Forest Road.
Highpoint Hurstville is anchored by four retail shopfronts at street level and replaces the former Dominelli Ford car yard site.
Construction at Highpoint Hurstville commenced in February 2014 and was completed in July this year.