CITY VIEWS THAT GO ON FOR­EVER

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A Taringa de­vel­op­ment will of­fer the chance to se­cure never-to-be-built-out city views with a north­east as­pect.

Mo­saic’s lat­est project Am­paro at Taringa will be built in a pro­tected cor­ri­dor at an el­e­vated po­si­tion on Swann Rd.

Mo­saic man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Brook Mon­a­han said the po­si­tion meant the view would never be built out, which of­fered max­imised growth po­ten­tial.

“Not only does it have a highly sought-af­ter north­east as­pect and a pro­tected view cor­ri­dor, but all kitchens and bath­rooms are 100 per cent cus­tom-de­signed, right down to the tini­est de­tail,” Mr Mon­a­han said.

“The at­ten­tion to de­tail is flaw­less, Am­paro will be a truly spe­cial place to live.” He said Mo­saic took a “holis­tic” ap­proach to their de­vel­op­ments and the en­tire project would be man­aged in-house.

“We con­trol every in­di­vid­ual process in­volved, from the re­search, fea­si­bil­ity and due dili­gence be­fore pur­chas­ing a site, all the way through de­sign, con­struc­tion, to the man­ag­ing of your in­vest­ment, en­sur­ing you re­ceive the best pos­si­ble re­turns and that the prop­erty stays in the best pos­si­ble con­di­tion well into the fu­ture.”

Mr Mon­a­han said once com­pleted, the $18 mil­lion de­vel­op­ment would have five­storeys, with two ground floor ter­race res­i­dences open­ing to pri­vate court­yards.

“(There will be) three lev­els with four lux­ury apart­ments, all with views of the city or sub­ur­ban out­looks and crowned by one three­bed­room pres­ti­gious res­i­dence with out­stand­ing views, as well as one twobed­room apart­ment, which one of our key staff mem­bers has pur­chased as an owner oc­cu­pier.”

Mo­saic lead ar­chi­tect Peter Navin said the de­vel­op­ment em­ployed time­less ar­chi­tec­tural el­e­ments and would add a new twist of style to Taringa with its spa­cious, light-filled apart­ments and care­fully se­lected de­signer fix­tures.

“Pent­house apart­ments are pavil­ion­in­spired, boast­ing a stylish and func­tional thin­pro­file float­ing roof form with large over­hangs to pro­vide ex­tended shade,” Mr Navin said.

“The top-floor apart­ments are de­fined by floor-to-ceil­ing glaz­ing to cap­ture the best of the site’s north­ern as­pect.

“Stun­ning vis­tas are avail­able to all res­i­dents with a rooftop com­mu­nal area po­si­tioned to cap­ture the leafy sub­ur­ban as­pect and moun­tain views.’’

Mr Mon­a­han said the de­vel­op­ment had achieved a six-leaf En­vi­roDevel­op­ment Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion be­cause of its strong em­pha­sis on sus­tain­abil­ity through eco-friendly de­sign el­e­ments.

Am­paro apart­ments in Taringa by Mo­saic all have a north­east as­pect with guar­an­teed city views.

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