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Allura apartments offer a neighbourly connection – Shayne Collier, REA

IMPRESSED by the large spacious proportions of the boutique Allura Meadowbank, locals are buying up apartments in the off-the-plan complex. Ray White projects manager Eddie Mansour said 75 per cent of the buyers were owner-occupiers and many of these were locals upsizing from units in smaller red brick buildings. “They’re living in the northern district in …

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New townhouse development The Beaumont sets luxury standard in booming Baulkham Hills

A boutique residential development in Sydney’s north-west is catering to a new and influential market — townhouse buyers. The Beaumont at Baulkham Hills taps into the needs of modern families as well as an emerging demographic who want to scale down their lives without compromising on space, quality and liveability, according to Ray White Projects. And more …

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Ray White Projects lands record deal to launch sale of Spirit apartments

Ray White Projects has been appointed to exclusively market the Spirit super tower in Surfers Paradise in a coup deal hailed as the biggest in Ray White Group history. Developer Forise Holdings has engaged the business to sell the 479 apartments in the 89-storey building, which will include 3500sqm of retail space at podium level …

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Strong interest in luxe Double Bay project

THERE’S no slowdown in the Sydney luxury apartment market if the appetite for the stunning new 1788 luxury project in iconic Double Bay is anything to go by. The 29-apartment $100 million boutique development on uber hip Cross St, in the blue-chip heart of Double Bay, sits directly across from the Intercontinental Hotel. Double Bay’s …

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As more Sydney suburbs transform through gentrification and urban renewal, two elements are emerging as more important to the process than ever — art and green space. A new residential development in Ashfield, 8km from the Sydney CBD, has taken its cues from both aspects to create a garden oasis surrounded by architectural and design …

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Rise Thornleigh set to make a statement with sheer design innovation

A new landmark apartment building is rising from the history of one of Sydney’s most picturesque and historical upper north shore suburbs. Rise Thornleigh is set to make an architectural statement with a glass tower around part of its facade, which will showcase the quality interior design and offer views across the leafy district and towards …

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Industrial aesthetic meets modern style at new Penrith apartment project Centrum

Centrum Penrith

When it comes to new home options in the heart of booming Penrith, Centrum is central to the action. The first images of the latest apartment project in the western Sydney suburb, one of Australia’s most significant development hotspots, have been released by exclusive marketing agents Ray White Projects. Due for completion in mid-2019, the five-storey …

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Ray White Projects growth continues with key staff appointments

Ray White Projects

Ray White Projects has announced the appointments of eight new team members — including two directors — who have joined the business from McGrath Projects. Ray White Projects Managing Director & Partner Eddie Mansour says former McGrath associate directors Paul Tutt and Craig Moore will bring decades of experience to the team of residential sales …

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Magnolia, Lane Cove – Case Study

“Ray White Projects worked very closely with SJD Property Group to generate a fantastic result through the marketing and selling of Magnolia. Eddie and his team were very proactive and ensured that they used their market insight to effectively reach purchasers, providing a timely and cost effective sell down of the project for our business. …

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Breaking through the 2017 NSW Budget clutter

So what’s all this hype about interest rates, foreign buyers, federal budgets and how did smashed avocado get caught up in the property market? We’re in the month of July, and for most of us we’re sitting here scratching our heads wondering how the first half of the year has whirled past us so quickly. …

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