With the completion of the early works, Hutchinson builder has taken over the building site and continues the construction process to fulfill the quality promise made to United Development Sydney at our unique building site in the heart of Sydney. Thursday, 28th February 2019 was chosen for this important Site Blessing Ceremony, as it is a very auspicious and lucky day within the lunar calendar.
Summer and the work on the Castle Residences is well on the way. We thought - a newsletter sounds exciting and in the same time it gives us the opportunity to keep you informed on what is happening with your new home or investment. With four issues a year - spring, summer, autumn and winter - we like to acquaint you with some of our team members and partners; share with you up to date news and facts; inform you on the hotel and the heritage listed Porter House status and most importantly introduce to you new technology within the buildings.
Parks define the great cities of the world - think New York's Central Park, Paris' Jardin du Luxembourg, Barcelona's Park Guell and London's Hyde Park.
When you're living in a city as cosmopolitan as Sydney, it can be tricky to decide which way to go - a pied-á-terre in one of the extraordinary colonial buildings that line Hyde Park or a glass-walled contemporary masterpiece that brings the glorious views centre stage.
If you thought the days of living in grand old style with a full staff dedicated to satisfying your every whim and fancy were long past (except for the uber-wealthy, A-list celebrities or episodes of Downton Abbey), think again.
Once upon a time, all the best people lived in a world-class luxury hotel - think Coco Chanel at The Ritz, Greta Garbo at Chateau Marmont and Cole Porter at the Waldorf Astoria. Some of history's greatest artists, musicians and eccentrics spent years - and their most productive periods - calling hotels home.
If the last few years have taught investors anything, it's that Sydney's property market is a fickle behemoth. We've experienced dizzying heights, extraordinary prices and some surprising dips, making it difficult to predict with any certainty what's likely to happen next.