PROJECT SETS BENCHMARK FOR ‘CONNECTED LIVING’
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.