Rockdale’s ‘bright new future’



ANEW Rockdale development

A new off-the-plan development at the centre of Sydney’s Rockdale will add to the suburb’s transformation.

ANEW, at 433-439 Princes Highway, Rockdale will offer one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, “meticulously designed and impeccably finished, with floor-to-ceiling windows bathing the interiors in natural light”. Once built, east-facing apartments will look across Botany Bay, while those looking west will offer city skyline views.

ANEW Rockdale building

The developer says: “Welcome to Rockdale’s bright new future. ANEW takes centre stage for the transformation of this vibrant urban village on the rise. Raising the bar in design innovation, it encompasses a selection of beautifully appointed one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with security parking and lift access, some with studies/media spaces.

“ANEW is crowned by an expansive communal rooftop garden, providing a glorious vantage point and a wonderful setting for entertaining or relaxing. It encompasses a sheltered barbecue area, integrated seating, a sundeck and a children’s play area. Capturing sweeping district and city skyline views, it’s the perfect place to unwind. Three ground-floor retail spaces activate the building and encourage life and activity.”

The development will also benefit from Rockdale’s ongoing transformation, according to the developer.

ANEW Rockdale development

“Enjoying a sense of connection and community, ANEW is immersed in the heart of Rockdale village opposite the new Rockdale City Library. Surrounded by a growing cafe culture, it’s a three-minute walk to Rockdale station and an easy stroll to Rockdale Plaza, with the airport a seven-minute drive away.

“The Rockdale Town Centre Masterplan has a vision to further enhance the village, creating a new town square which will host cultural and civic events. The streetscapes will be beautified, the laneways improved to increase connectivity, the emerging outdoor dining scene will be nurtured and Rockdale’s unique identity will come into its own.”

Investors are encouraged to register now for first choice.

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