the city: goulburn street through to walsh bay
Australia’s largest commercial hub, the Sydney CBD is home to some 30,000 residents ranging from corporate executives to university students living predominantly in high-rise apartments who adore the city’s vitality, convenience and cosmopolitan vibe. With extraordinary architecture, stylish apartment buildings, spectacular harbour views, elegant department stores, chic boutiques, splendid theatres, amazing art galleries, world-class restaurants, waterfront dining, exciting nightlife and an extensive network of rail, bus and ferry services to get you everywhere you want to go – Sydney CBD offers a truly fabulous lifestyle.
Taking its name from the local sandstone from which its early buildings were constructed, The Rocks is the site of Australia’s first Colonial settlement. Today it is a vibrant and diverse pocket of historic homes, chic cafes and restaurants, stylish boutiques and tourist shops with thriving residential and business communities. Historic pubs rub shoulders with modern art galleries in this unique and endearing enclave. On weekends, the charming cobbled streets emit the alluring aroma of artisan breads as The Rocks Markets bring the area colourfully to life.
Millers Point is distinguished by its quiet residential and historical character, boasting charming sandstone homes, lively corner pubs and the footings of the Harbour Bridge. Old and new terraces stand alongside stylish new apartments and chic warehouse style offices in this flourishing area.
Walsh Bay has become an exciting cultural precinct with the renovated wharves overlooking the glittering harbour now home to trendy waterfront eateries and theatrical spaces. With hip bars taking up residence in the city’s laneways, a lively mix of smitten residents and adoring visitors are attracted to the area.
In the heart of Chinatown is Market City, a popular central meeting place that encompasses the old Paddy’s Market, surrounded by apartment blocks and the vibrant Chinese restaurant precinct. Colourful annual celebrations held in Chinatown wonderfully showcase the vibrancy of multicultural Sydney. Once only known for Paddy’s Market and theatres, Haymarket is now an integral part of Chinatown. Given its proximity to UTS and the University of Sydney, it is an ideal location for students to reside and its residential population continues to grow.
please find below some of the developments in which we specialise in….
King Street Wharf, – 45, 23 & 35 Shelley Street, Bridgeport – 38 Bridge Street, Manta – 2 Bond Street, Oaks Grand – 187 Kent Street, Cove –129 Harrington Street, The York – 5 York Street, Portico – 2 York Street, Princeton – 304-308 Pitt Street, Victoria Tower – 197 – 199 Castlereagh Street, Stamford Residences – 171 Gloucester Street, Astoria Tower – 222 Sussex Street, Regency Hyde Park – 281 Elizabeth Street, Walsh Bay – 17, 19, 21, 21A Hickson Rd, Millers Point, Towns Place – 5, 7, 11 Towns Place, Millers Point, The Parbury – Windmill Street, The Rocks, Stamford on Kent –183 Kent Street, Sydney, Quay West – 96-100 Gloucester Street, Sydney, The Quay – 2 Phillip Street, The Aston – 1-5 Hosking Street, The Bond Apartments – 38 Hickson Rd, Cove – 129 Harrington Street, North Apartments – 85 Goulburn Street, Bridgeport – 38 Bridge Street, Highgate – 127 Kent Street, Regency Hyde Park – 281 Elizabeth Street, Hyde Park Towers – 142 Elizabeth Street, The Connaught – 187 Liverpool Street, The Residences – 18 College Street, The Georgia – 155 Kent Street, Stamford Marque – 159 Kent Street, Observatory Tower – 168 Kent Street, Stamford on Kent –183 Kent Street, Napoleon on Kent – 219 Kent Street, Trafalgar – 361 Kent Street, The Eliza Developments – 141 Elizabeth Street, La Maison – 32 Regent Street, Maestri Towers – 515 Kent Street, Bennelong Apartments– 1,3,5 & 7 Macquarie Street, Quay Grand Apartments – 61-69 Macquarie Street, Macquarie Apartments – 155 Macquarie Street, Macquarie Residence – 185 Macquarie Street, Portico Apartments – 2 York Street, The York – 5 York Street, The Carrington – 57 York Street, The Vintage – 281 Sussex Street, King Street Wharf – 23, 35, 45 Shelley Street, The Clarence – 50 Clarence Street, Clarence House – 104 Clarence Street, Broughton House – 177 Clarence Street, Century Tower – 343 Pitt Street, The Miramar – 398 Pitt Street, World Tower – 85 Liverpool Street, Hyde Apartments – 157 Liverpool steet, Lumiere – 501 George Street, Museum Towers – 267 Castlereagh Street.
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Living in the inner city offers a fabulous lifestyle with so much variety. Aside from fantastic shopping, you can eat out at award-winning restaurants, catch a show at one of the many grand theatres, visit an art gallery or enjoy some of the many lush green spaces with leafy avenues, manicured lawns, serene gardens and spectacular views.
The choice is yours – and it’s all on your doorstep.