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Crown Group development in Sydney

by Sophie Cullen on Jul 21, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Designed by Surry Hills firm Turner, the Crown Ashfield residential development will feature views of the Sydney CBD and the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Located on the bustling Liverpool Road, an area surrounded by a throng of vibrant dining options, the $88-million complex will feature 79 apartments including loft-style, two-storey residences. With construction set to be complete by mid-2016, the development is a welcome addition to the inner west suburbs, bringing 150 extra residents to the area.

150202 - Crown Ashfield - 10_02 - Dark - Final 5000

The property will also feature retail and hospitality space on the ground-floor, with the building beginning to reveal its vertically articulated façade and glazed retail frontage in the coming months. With close proximity to Sydney CBD and amenities, it will also feature resident parking, a lobby lounge, theatrette, piano room and a rooftop pavilion including barbeque areas, mature trees, a gymnasium and city views.

150508 - Crown Ashfield - Rooftop - Final 2000

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