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Domain New Living – “Tranquil yet close to town” – 16 June 2018
Macquarie Park is an employment and education hot spot, with a bustling commercial precinct, Macquarie University and huge shopping centre. For all the development in the area since the 1970s, the neighbourhood has retained pockets of greenery. As well as the Lane Cove National Park just north of the M2, the Shrimptons Creek walking track and cycle way is a ribbon of green that winds more than three kilometres from Denistone East to Macquarie Park. A new apartment building from Hyecorp Property Group is close enough to the town centre for an ultra-convenient lifestyle yet far enough to boast a tranquil setting. Monika Macquarie Park is set at the end of a cul-de-sac near the northern bank of Shrimptons Creek, about 600 metres from the train station.
The project will deliver 116 apartments in a 13-storey building designed by Hyecorp’s architects, including 72 units in the first release. There are plans for an on site cafe with al-fresco seating, a residents’ lounge with library, swimming pool, gym and a multipurpose communal room that could be used as a business centre, music room or function space.The apartments are oriented to maximise natural light. Features include pull-out pantries, chic concrete accents in the bathrooms and extensive built-in storage spaces.
Hyecorp Property Group sales director George Benlian says the convenient yet quiet location should attract a wide range of buyers. “Investors are also always very active in Macquarie Park and they will appreciate the uniqueness of Monika’s location, its boutique scale compared to much larger developments, the strong capital growth and the huge demand from tenants for accommodation that ticks all the boxes.”