ALBA TERRACE TO DELIVER SOPHISTICATION

Written on the 28 August 2014

ALBA TERRACE TO DELIVER SOPHISTICATION

EFFINITY Projects has unveiled its new apartment development Alba Terrace, targeting inner-city lifestyle buyers in Albion.

The public launch coincided with the opening of a sales office, piquing the interest of local owner occupiers and investors.

Alba Terrace is comprised of 29 two and three bedroom apartments, starting from $530,000.

Colliers International project manager Sally Ho says the development embodies modern living, coupled with a unique building façade.

“The point of difference this development offers can be seen in the larger than normal floor plan designs, big east facing glass balconies, ducted air conditioning, Miele appliances and free standing baths,” Ho says.

“The spaciousness of the apartments and balconies, the quality fixtures and finishes and the convenience of five minutes access to the CBD are all features that particularly appeal to the local owner occupiers from who we have received really strong interest thus far.”

The average apartment size is 152.5sqm including the balcony, while a three bedroom lot boasts 208sqm.


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