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news.com.au – “Macquarie Park development Monika: Family living at its finest” – 5 July 2018
BUYERS seeking northern Sydney units suitable for larger families have the chance to nab one of more than 90 apartments still for sale in Macquarie Park development Monika.
The residential development due to be completed by 2020 will comprise a total 116 units, 72 of which were released for sale at the June launch. About 20 per cent of those units have since sold but there are still five one-bedroom apartments left up for grabs, along with 27 two-bedders and 20 three-bedroom units.
Developer Hyecorp Property Group’s director of sales George Benlian said it was the larger two-bedroom and three-bedroom units that made Monika standout in the area.
“At Macquarie Park there is a distinct lack of three bedroom ‘family sized’ apartments that are affordable,” he said, adding that three-bedroom and two-bedroom units made up 89 per cent of the Monika homes.
Two-bedders (61-77sqm) are $905,000 to $1.19 million and three-bedders (95sqm) are $1.27 million to $1.39 million. The one-bedroom units are 50sqm and $705,000 to $795,000.
Monika will be near Macquarie Park Shopping Centre, Macquarie University and about 600m from the local train station.
There will be a cafe with alfresco seating, swimming pool, rejuvenation centre and communal lounge area. There will also be a multipurpose room for resident functions, including business and music events.
Units will be open-plan with modern kitchens and residents will have access to storage cages.
Mr Benlian said most buyers at the recent launch were owner-occupiers from the north shore. “With a lot of competition in the area we are really pleased that home buyers were drawn to the large family-sized apartments at Monika as well as the extensive amenities,” he said.
Hyecorp is an Australian development company and has been heavily involved in Sydney’s north shore with 14 completed projects in Lane Cove, Willoughby and Chatswood, among other areas.