The Sydney suburb of St Leonards will soon be home to a $1.6 billion mixed-use development that will produce three skyscrapers when the dust settles. The sales launch for Eighty Eight By JQZ this past weekend registered 200 people, who quickly grabbed 70 percent of the 180 apartments offered in the first stage of the three-tower development.
Sydney developer JQZ is leading the project at 88 Christie Street, where two residential towers of 47 and 26 storeys will be accompanied by a 15-storey commercial office and retail building fronting the Pacific Highway. With 654 apartments across the site, prospective buyers will have a wealth of housing options to choose from, including one-, two- and three-bedroom units. The property will also feature five floor plans that contain five bedrooms, with residents enjoying private lifts.
The project is outfitted with a number of private and public amenities, with residents having access to a rooftop pool. On the ground, a retail and dining precinct is planned to accompany a new library for St Leonards. A total of 30,000 square metres of commercial and retail space will be provided, adjoining a future civic plaza that will partially crown the neighbouring railway line.
Construction on the PTW-designed development is expected to begin in August 2018 and complete by 2022.
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