The heart of Sydney’s Central Business District is undergoing a revitalisation not seen before, with a breath of new life being brought in the form of 111 Castlereagh, a luxury residential development comprising only 98 residences above the former David Jones department store.
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The former home of the iconic David Jones Food Hall and its stylish menswear department will soon morph into a collection of prestigious apartments crowned by four exclusive skyhomes.
Author: Kate Farrelly | Original source: Domain.com.au
Each of the four residences in the The Skyhome Collection boast water, park and city views and a choice of either tri-aspect locations or 22-metre frontages with spacious loggias.
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Ever-increasing space and eye-watering price tags are hallmarks of luxury apartment living in the heart of town.
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At 111 Castlereagh, architects fjmtstudio have made clever use of green spaces throughout the building.
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The ongoing lockdown of Greater Sydney has not stalled the sale of luxury apartments with Melbourne-based developer Cbus Property reporting $66m worth of penthouse sales at its landmark development on the former David Jones department store site in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
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Extravagant displays were just part of the experience when it came to enticing shoppers to this landmark David Jones store — including setting up a plane in the boyswear department.
Author: Mercedes Maguire | Original Source: The Daily TelegraphRead Article
111 Castlereagh by national developer Cbus Property masterfully melds old and new in the design by fjmt.
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The city is about to welcome a new oasis. This one won’t appear on any tourist trail but will instead be the private domain of residents of a sculptural apartment tower to be built above the former David Jones Market Street store.
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