At pin­na­cle of suc­cess

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - NEWS -

THE first res­i­dents have moved into South Perth’s tallest apart­ment tower, a land­mark 20-storey build­ing op­po­site the Perth Zoo.

The $63 mil­lion The Pin­na­cle com­plex is the first high-rise build­ing constructed in the river­side sub­urb in al­most 50 years due to pre­vi­ous re­stric­tions in the coun­cil’s town plan­ning scheme.

New res­i­dents Ja­nine and Robert Den­ner down­sized from a five-bed­room fam­ily home in the sub­urb to a 7th floor two-bed­room, two-bath­room unit in the build­ing.

“We re­ally en­joy our new apart­ment life­style and it felt good to get rid of un­nec­es­sary be­long­ings,” Mr Den­ner said.

“We love South Perth and were happy to re­main in the area.

“Our apart­ment has a large north­east cor­ner bal­cony and the view is amaz­ing – it ex­tends from Matilda Bay right around to beyond Man­ning.”

Fewer than 10 apart­ments re­main in the devel­op­ment, which was de­signed by award-win­ning ar­chi­tects Has­sell for Chi­nese res­i­den­tial de­vel­oper Zone Q and built by Jaxon on the cor­ner of Charles and Labouchere roads.

“Many buy­ers have told us they shopped around but were drawn back to Pin­na­cle’s great lo­ca­tion, smart de­sign and ob­vi­ous qual­ity,” Zone Q sales man­ager Vi­vian Zhang said.

An artist’s im­pres­sion of The Pin­na­cle com­plex.

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