Aqualina Apartments

Australian Living Is Getting An Upgrade

Sydney Construction continues to boom – Zone Q Is Turning Australia Into Its Own Personal Sculpture Yard.

The Chinese Developer is fast making improvements to Australian living.

Buying $349 million of property in Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne, they’re turning them into beautiful architectural works.

 

The latest project?

A $155 million development in Missions Point, Sydney.

Their website says “the World is complicated, we seek serenity, simplicity, purity”.

Something Sydney construction badly needs.

Read on to see if they’ve achieved this.

 

The Facts

Aqualuna Residences will consist of 63 apartments.

Coveted Japanese architect Koichi Takada is responsible for bringing the structure to life.

The construction firm Ceerose will take on the manual labour.

The luxurious apartments are set to provide a tremendous view to its occupants, overlooking both Sydney Harbour and Lavender Bay.

 

Transport

With its location in Milsons Point, its short drives to most places in Sydney and the CBD, an easy connection to the highways North out of Sydney and South to the Airport.

As it’s right next to Milsons Point train station, there’s the option to avoid traffic altogether.

 

Tradespeople Wanted

Construction on this project is set to begin in July 2018

Ceerose is looking for tradespeople of many disciplines to offer their skills and abilities, providing a healthy two years of work on this Sydney construction.

Aqualuna is set to be completed and ready for living by 2020.

Matter of fact, 85% of the apartments are sold.

For those looking for this type of work, contact us now.

 

 

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