Work be­gins on new East Perth apart­ment block devel­op­ment

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Liftout: News -

PLAN­NING Min­is­ter Rita Saf­fi­oti at­tended the ground­break­ing cer­e­mony for Black­burne’s En­clave devel­op­ment in East Perth re­cently, her first since be­ing elected ear­lier this year.

“I would like to con­grat­u­late ev­ery­one in­volved in the project. I do un­der­stand how tough the mar­ket is but it is great to see projects like En­clave go­ing ahead – it’s a sign that good prod­ucts in great lo­ca­tions will con­tinue to sell,” Ms Saf­fi­oti said.

“We are a pro-den­sity gov­ern­ment and want to see more and more peo­ple hav­ing the choice to live in high-qual­ity apart­ments, en­abling them to stay liv­ing in a sub­urb they en­joy.”

En­clave is be­ing built by WA builder Jaxon and is the third Black­burne project to have started con­struc­tion in the past 12 months.

It is on Bronte Street and will in­clude 69 one, two or three-bed­room apart­ments over 12 storeys.

More than 70 per cent of the apart­ments have al­ready been sold.

“When buy­ers move into En­clave in spring next year, they’ll be just mo­ments away from the foot­bridge con­nect­ing them to the new Perth Sta- dium, walk­ing dis­tance to the Point Fraser precinct, home to the new Ku De Ta and just min­utes away from the Perth CBD,” Black­burne man­ag­ing direc­tor Paul Black­burne said.

“The sig­nif­i­cant in­vest­ment in in­fras­truc­ture will con­tinue to make East Perth a de­sir­able place to live, with buy­ers so far say­ing that the location and what is planned for the area is one of the main rea­sons they pur­chased.”

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.en­ or call Black­burne’s se­nior prop­erty con­sul­tants on 9429 5775. ■

Jaxon CEO David Dodds, Paul Black­burne and Rita Saf­fi­oti at the En­clave ground­break­ing.

An artist’s im­pres­sion of the En­clave devel­op­ment in East Perth.

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