Apart­ments with uni­ver­sal ap­peal

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THE face of in­ner-city liv­ing is about to change with the construction of Uni­ver­sal Apart­ments, which will neigh­bour the the pop­u­lar South Bank en­ter­tain­ment precinct and ed­u­ca­tion hub.

De­vel­oper Roca Con­struc­tions’ ex­pec­ta­tions have al­ready been ex­ceeded with 34 pre-sales af­ter Uni­ver­sal Apart­ments’ release just six weeks ago. Due for com­ple­tion in mid 2012, ini­tial site works will be­gin in eight weeks time to keep the project on tar­get.

Roca Con­struc­tions manag­ing di­rec­tor Roger Az­zopardi said they were looking for­ward to adding Uni­ver­sal Apart­ments to the South Bank sky­line.

Roca sales man­ager Ge­orge Ah­latis was con­fi­dent the com­bi­na­tion of a sea­soned de­vel­oper/builder, a prime lo­ca­tion and gen­uine off-theplan prices were go­ing to see the de­vel­op­ment sell out in record time.

“In­vestors from all around Aus­tralia as well as over­seas have com­mit­ted to the project,” Mr Ah­latis said.

“It is ex­cit­ing to see the prop­erty mar­ket back in action with in­vestors lead­ing the way. In­ter­est in Uni­ver­sal Apart­ments has ex­ceeded our ex­pec­ta­tions.”

The de­vel­op­ment will con­sist of 69 two-bed­room apart­ments spread across nine lev­els.

The ground floor will be ded­i­cated to re­tail space and is ex­pected to at­tract high cal­i­bre busi­nesses ready to meet the needs of res­i­dents.

“De­signed with the in­ner-city buzz in mind, Uni­ver­sal will cater for let­ting and sub-let­ting ar­range­ments,” Mr Ah­latis said.

A gym­na­sium, bar­be­cue area and spa are all avail­able for use by ten­ants and the build­ing will be main­tained by an on-site man­ager.

The apart­ments will also fea­ture qual­ity ap­point­ments and fin­ishes in­clud­ing ce­ramic tiles, fine car­pets and Euro­pean ap­pli­ances through­out.

Neu­tral colour schemes will also al­low the free­dom to fur­nish the apart­ment in a style that suits.

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