Apartments with universal appeal
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.