PROJECT SETS BENCH­MARK FOR ‘CON­NECTED LIV­ING’

Stirling Times - - RESIDENTIAL -

THE first res­i­dents will be­gin mov­ing into Innaloo’s $114 mil­lion land­mark apart­ment project Stir­ling Cross this month.

Com­pleted in Au­gust, the mixed-use devel­op­ment by Fini Group and As­cot Cap­i­tal fea­tures 154 res­i­den­tial and 80 Quest apart­ments along­side Stir­ling train sta­tion.

It is the first WA project for Mel­bourne ar­chi­tect firm Elen­berg Fraser, which achieved Fini Group di­rec­tor Adrian Fini’s vi­sion at the site for “con­nected liv­ing” with a fo­cus on com­mu­nity and sus­tain­abil­ity.

Fini Group as­sis­tant devel­op­ment man­ager Chris­tian Fini said Stir­ling Cross was de­signed as a work/life hub com­pris­ing one- and two-bed­room apart­ments, cafe and din­ing precinct, and cen­tral com­mu­nity gar­den.

“Set­ting a new bench­mark for con­nected liv­ing and in­tel­li­gent de­sign, Stir­ling Cross is the per­fect bal­ance of city and coastal life­styles in the heart of Perth’s new­est hot spot,” he said.

“This strik­ing devel­op­ment is proof that Perth res­i­dents are ready to em­brace the ben­e­fits of apart­ment liv­ing in com­mu­nity-minded, ecofriendly devel­op­ments close to trans­port nodes.”

The devel­op­ment’s green ini­tia­tives in­clude a pub­lic car-shar­ing ser­vice al­low­ing res­i­dents and the gen­eral pub­lic to rent two Audis by the hour, with the ve­hi­cle fleet ex­pected to grow.

Stir­ling Cross is near Mitchell Free­way, West­field Innaloo shop­ping cen­tre and Event Cin­ema precinct set for ma­jor re­de­vel­op­ment, and the new Innaloo Bar and Bistro open­ing this year.

The Quest ser­viced apart­ments are ex­pected to open early next year.

There are 20 res­i­den­tial apart­ments for sale from $381,000.

Two dis­plays are open from 1 to 3pm on Satur­days and Sun­days. Visit http://stir­lingcross.com for more in­for­ma­tion.

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