Sky’s the limit in golden age
A NEW Box Hill apartment tower has opened with a flying start, selling more than $140 million worth of properties.
The Sky One project from Golden Age Group launched last weekend, offering 436 apartments including three penthouses
The 36-storey sculpted glass and metal residential tower will rise from a three-level retail and dining emporium in the heart of Box Hill.
Golden Age Group marketing and sales director Dandan Zhao said 85 per cent of the project’s first stage sold at last weekend’s launch with an strong level of interest.
The vast bulk of apartments will have a two-bedroom configuration, along with 55 one-bedroom layouts and 39 three-bedroom apartments.
Residents will have access to an exclusive lounge on the third level, featuring landscaped gardens, a pool, gym, sauna, yoga studio, formal and informal lounges, a private dining and private cinema.
The Melbourne-based Chinese development company enlisted local architects DKO to create the softly curving tower and its interiors.
DKO director Jesse Linardi said Sky One would be seen from afar, surrounded by lowrise buildings and perched on the peak of Box Hill’s central hill.
“Our design was based on Feng Shui principles which ensured we optimised light and the stunning views to the north and east as well as the panorama of the CBD to the southwest,” he said.
Buyers will have their choice of light or dark interior colour schemes, featuring European kitchen appliances, LED task lighting and full-height pantries. When it comes to internal space, one-bedroom apartments are 44-47sq m, twobedrooms range are 66-82sq m and three-bedroom dwellings range from 92-127sq m.
One bedroom layouts are priced from $358,000 to $519,000, two-bedroom designs are $552,000 to $1.045 million and three-bedroom designs are $922,000 to $1.683 million.
Penthouse prices were not available. Construction is expected to be complete by early to mid-2019.
For more information, call Ronald Chin from Golden Age Group on 0499 688 988 or see skyoneboxhill.com.au