Melbourne based property developer Soda Property Group has announced a strategic alliance with Singapore real estate agency Ray International Group.
Read media release 14th October here
Soda Property Group is pleased to announce that construction has begun on its exquisite Pendulum Apartments at the corner of Whitehorse Road & Minna Streets, Blackburn.
Read media release 6th August here
That's how prospective purchasers, neighbors and guests were
greeted last Saturday when developer Soda Property Group
put on a free sausage sizzle at the site of its proposed 17-
apartment development known as Pendulum Apartments.
Read media release 13th May here
It's something that you regularly see at your local hardware superstore, but have you ever seen one at a property development site?
Read media release 14th April here
Blackburn's Pendulum apartments, at 18 Whitehorse Road, put buyers neatly between the city and the Yarra Valley, but in an area that's awash with parks and transport and near the increasingly vibrant Box Hill restaurant precinct.
Read media release 16th March here
The landscape around the Laburnum precinct will be redefined as multi-level apartment style living arrives in 2013.
Read media release 27th November here
Whichever way you look at it, you're certain to see something impressive at the corner of Upton & Blyth Streets, Altona. We've put together a snapshot – front of house and behind the scenes - of 96 & 98 Blyth Street, Altona.
Recently released to the market, 'Up at Blyth' has everybody talking. Is it the bright blue sales board, our clever headline or the image of the designer townhouses themselves that is grabbing all the attention?! Either way, it's already translated to unprecedented calls to the team at Hocking Stuart Altona where Gus Anile (0425 781 466) and Mem Copur (0413 894 581) are hard pressed to squeeze in a lunch-break as they meet the staggering number of enquiries for this stunning boutique development.
The luxury 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses have been architect designed and created by Soda in response to a market need that may surprise you. Regardless of online chat rooms, techno developments and the like, there's plenty of evidence to show that people want to connect with their environment. Yes we want privacy but we also want to come together – along fitness trails, in cafes or parks (byo dogs or kids) you'll find that our inclusive nature is alive and kicking. Up at Blyth offers the beauty of living in an area that has evolved into one of the Melbourne's most desirable bayside suburbs over the past 30 years. The area's nod to Aussie beachside lifestyle while embracing the best of multicultural art, retail and cuisine is undeniable and we've set down right in the middle of it, showcasing distinct architectural style and modern livability. If you are interested in how the sales are progressing, keep an eye on the boards - we will be updating them each time there is a sale, so everyone is in the know.
If you would like more information about the townhouses, please visit www.upatblyth.com.au
Being selective (ok fussy) about whom we work with is a key factor in guaranteeing we deliver the very best to our clients. Local builder
Paul Mancini from Mancini Made Constructions is an impressive partner for this project. Born and bred in Altona, Paul's an up and coming talent on the construction scene and has an intimate understanding of the local area. His noteworthy projects in and around the area made us sit up and take notice. Mancini will be bringing their specialist touch and commitment to quality to ensure that Up At Blyth exceeds all expectations. For those of you interested in finding out a little more about Mancini's work, his CV is available via email@example.com.
Over the upcoming months you will continue to notice plenty going on. Most noticeably the current two homes will be demolished and hoarding will be up before you know it. Construction commences soon after as the landscape changes for the better. Over the next 12 months, a landmark development will redefine this address forever.