A new style of apartment is being offered in a development at Sydney Olympic Park.
Developer Ecove has created a series of super-sized four-bedroom apartments in the Boomerang development which is located on Olympic Boulevard, to cater for the needs of families in an inner-city apartment setting.
The apartments are 178 square metres with floor-to-ceiling glass facades of around 36 metres; twice the frontage of a standard house block in the nearby suburb of Concord.
The 38-storey development will provide panoramic views across Homebush Bay and the larger apartments utilise inventive storage solutions to make the most of the available space.
“Boomerang apartments offer all the creature comforts of a house but are free from external maintenance chores, allowing residents to enjoy more quality time together,” said Sue Ballesty, the marketing director of Ecove.
“Sydney Olympic Park is now a fully functioning suburb with the space and healthy outdoor lifestyle of a country town, yet is just 12 kilometres from the CBD and well connected to most parts of Sydney by road, rail, bus and ferry,” said Ms Ballesty.
All 229 apartments will have 100 per cent solar success and the building has been designed to minimise wind impact on the six-level commercial centre below it.
“The apartments at Boomerang will be the highest-quality we've created at Sydney Olympic Park. We stand on our record here, and our greatest endorsements come from the thousands of residents who are living in our buildings,” said Ms Ballesty.
The Boomerang display centre is on the ground level of Ecove's One Australia Avenue building at Sydney Olympic Park. It is open daily from 11am to 3pm.