Last diamonds now selling in Rosebery’s crown jewel, Jolyn Place

Leading property developer, Toplace Group is selling the last 90 apartments of its final residential stage, Jolyn Place, within its $720 million Overland Gardens master planned community located at Dalmeny Avenue in Rosebery.

Overland Gardens comprises of around 800 apartments across seven mid-rise residential buildings ranging in height from six to 13 storeys. It also includes 13 retail spaces situated surrounding a 3,500sqm landscaped public park.

Designed by BVN Architects, Jolyn Place, comprises of 266 residential apartments and 71 serviced apartments within one strikingly elegant building, featuring designer bricks imported from Italy.

The design for Jolyn Place was won in a design competition with the winning concept plan inspired by a unique internationally acclaimed Zaha Hadid-designed cultural complex in Seoul, Korea, Dongdaemun Design Plaza.

The first two stages are now fully sold while the final stage is over 65 per cent sold with one-bedroom apartments selling at an average price of $710,000.

Green Square: Sydney’s fastest growing precinct spanning several inner west suburbs

Toplace’s Head of Project Marketing, Sam Kandil said Overland Gardens epitomises contemporary inner-city residential living, contributing to the urban transformation of Sydney’s fastest growing precinct, Green Square.

“Buyers have been attracted to the project’s close proximity to the CBD being only six kilometres to the city, as well as all the new amenity which is being delivered in Rosebery and the wider Green Square precinct including the new train station, town centre, library, new schools and aquatic centre – there’s a lot happening in and nearby to Rosebery,” he said.

“Rosebery and the surrounding Green Square district are one of the city’s fastest growing and developing districts. With numerous new large-scale residential projects showcasing innovative, ground-breaking design, it’s becoming one of Sydney’s architecture quarters.”

As well as the new Green Square train station which opened in May 2000, major new projects coming to the area include the $84 million Gunyama Park Aquatic & Recreation Centre – the largest aquatic center to open since the Sydney Olympics – due to open in early 2020. The new center features a 50m heated outdoor pool, a 25m heated indoor pool, an indoor leisure pool and a heated hydrotherapy pool.

The Green Square town center spans 14 hectares and combines $13 billion in combined investment. It includes world-class community facilities including an innovative new library and plaza, aquatic center, many parks and playgrounds, a childcare center and a creative hub. The new Green Square library and Plaza opened in October 2018.

By 2030, Green Square is forecast to accommodate close to 61,000 residents in 30,500 new homes, and provide around 21,000 permanent jobs, making it one of Australia’s most densely populated suburbs. (Source: City of Sydney).

Jolyn Place: the final opportunity to purchase within a vibrant new community in the heart of Green Square

Mr Kandil said Jolyn Place is the final opportunity to purchase within an exemplar project in urban renewal and master planning, creating a vibrant urban village for residents and their families.

“With the public park at the centre of the project, it will naturally become the heart of the community for the residents to relax, exercise or play with their dogs. Other facilities within the precinct include a swimming pool, basketball court and rooftop terrace.”

A mix of apartments are currently for sale priced from $650,000 to $830,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, $895,000 to $1,150,000 for a two-bedroom apartment and $1,195,000 to $1,460,000 for a three-bedroom apartment.

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