Stargate Property To Launch The Centennial Collection In Centennial Park, Sydney.

Centennial Collection by Stargate
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Stargate Property, a leading Australian property developer, is launching the Centennial Collection, a new residential development in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. The development, designed by SJB Architects, is a unique blend of modern architecture and sustainable design, offering residents a luxurious lifestyle in one of Sydney’s most sought-after locations. Private rooftop swimming pools, bedroom fireplaces, wet bars, full-size wine fridges and butler’s pantries are just some of the distinguishing features which raise the bar on this project.

Situated in an iconic gateway location overlooking Centennial Park and moments’ walk to Woollahra’s famous Queen Street, The Centennial Collection is proudly being delivered by local developer Stargate. Stargate has developed more than 20 residential buildings, delivered with exceptional quality.

A boutique two tower development, both at 10 storeys in height, The Centennial Collection boasts 270-degree panoramic harbour, city skyline and parkside views, setting a new benchmark for luxury apartment living in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. The project is being marketed and sold by Ray White Park Coast East and Ray White Projects in Sydney.

Ray White Projects Partner, Marcello Bo said: “There is nothing like this level of luxury in this enclave of the Eastern Suburbs. Stargate is unequivocally raising the bar on luxury apartment living with this exquisite collection of extraordinary, house-sized residences. Not a stone has been left unturned in the range of elevated finishes and inclusions being offered.”

Views from the Centennial Collection by Stargate
Views from the Centennial Collection by Stargate
Living room render
Living room render
Kitchen render
Kitchen render

Delivering the wow factor in spades, the project will feature opulent penthouses, with rooftop swimming pools and terraces which capture spectacular-harbour as well as parkside views over Centennial Park. Communal facilities in the building will include a rooftop pool with outdoor dining and entertaining spaces and an indoor winter pool. Other luxe facilities include a concierge, cold and dry goods delivery rooms and a wellness hub including a cardio and personal training area. Dedicated secure parking ensures hassle-free commutes. The building will also have EV charging stations and storage for all residences.

Residents of the Centennial Collection will also have access to a range of on-site amenities, including a rooftop terrace with a BBQ area and a communal garden, with the design of the landscaping areas being awarded to Black Beetle. The development also has secure underground parking and storage facilities.

The location of the Centennial Collection is another major selling point. Randwick is a vibrant and diverse suburb, with a range of cafes, restaurants, and shops within walking distance of the development. The nearby Centennial Park is a huge drawcard, offering residents a peaceful oasis in the heart of the city. The development is also well-connected to the rest of Sydney, with buses and trains providing easy access to the CBD and beyond.

The Stargate Property Group are delivering an exciting addition to Sydney’s property market. With its sustainable design, luxurious apartments, and prime location, it offers residents the perfect blend of style and convenience. The project is set to get underway mid in 2023 and is earmarked for completion by the end of 2025.

Living room render Centennial Collection
Living room render Centennial Collection
Pool Amenity Render (All Images: Stargate Property)

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