If you’re looking to invest in a second home abroad, Australia is a destination with high potential for healthy returns.
Regularly ranked among the most popular cities with Chinese investors alongside Melbourne and Brisbane, Sydney’s housing market is looking to hit new highs when borders reopen. There is certainly no shortage of new residential properties available for sale and lease in the city, but too many options can leave buyers overwhelmed. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite recent launches to help you on your house hunt.
Sydney-based property developer JQZ has unveiled a collection of four two-storey luxury penthouses poised to top the 88 by JQZ residential precinct when completed. Conceived by PTW Architects, 88 by JQZ will comprise two residential towers of 47 and 26 storeys offering 637 apartments in total, and one Grade A commercial tower of 15 storeys on the lower North Shore of Sydney.
Developed by Lendlease in partnership with Italian architect and Pritzker Prize-winner Renzo Piano, One Sydney Harbour is a new jewel in the crown of Sydney’s skyline. Located in the new Sydney Financial centre Barangaroo, the residential project is situated within walking distance to the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge, with a plethora of high-end dining and shopping options in close proximity, making it one of the city’s most convenient residential addresses.
3. Munro House
Munro House offers elegant living and amenities within the coveted locale of Elizabeth Bay, one of Sydney’s most exclusive harbour suburbs. Envisioned by Top Spring Australia, Munro House represents a revival of grand apartment living through quality design and artistry. Comprising 30 luxury apartments including a penthouse, PBD Architects has designed generous one, two and three-bedroom residences boasting sophisticated interiors by Mim Design. Lush gardens by Taylor Brammer envelop the residences for a sense of sanctuary that are only moments from the city.