“Elizabeth Quay Tower Apartments”
Purchase Price $2,541,000
Located on the water's edge of the Swan River, and nestled between the beautiful and expansive Kings Park and Stirling Gardens, Elizabeth Quay is set to become a new world-class icon for Perth.
Reconnecting the CBD with the Swan River across 10 hectares of riverfront land, this is where The Towers at Elizabeth Quay, with the Ritz-Carlton hotel as its spectacular centerpiece, has chosen to call home.
This exclusive riverside precinct will feature a stunning inlet connected by 1.5km of continuous boardwalks and promenades decorated with an assortment of restaurants, bars and boutique retailers. At its entrance, a bridge will lead to an island complete with winding paths, kiosk and children's playground with spectacular views back to the city.
Positioned on the eastern arm, The Towers at Elizabeth Quay residential apartments will be a focal point and offer direct access to the inlet's promenade and island, providing sweeping views over the Swan River and the 400ha Kings Park and Botanic Gardens.
At its centerpiece, the Ritz-Carlton hotel, will establish this locale as Perth's premiere destination. A place people will come to work, live, love, eat, laugh, dance, create and play. 'The' place to be. Bolstering Perth's emergence as a world-class destination.
3 Bedroom x 2 Bathroom Apartment - BRAND NEW!
Floor Level: 22nd Floor, extending over 2 levels
Internal Sqm: 151
External Sqm: 10 Balcony
North East Facing
One Car Bay -The outdoor area includes covered parking bays with secure gate to residents parking.
Apartments will be finished with tile floors, carpet to bedrooms, and Bosch/Siemens appliances integrated where appropriate.
Apartments will feature winter gardens, designed to seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor living. With floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and adjustable glass windows they become a natural extension to the living area creating one harmonious living space that can be used all year around.
Each apartment takes advantage of the panoramic views by maximising the curtain wall glass frontage to the living room. Balconies are protected from adverse wind with large motorised awning sashes.