Pradella has announced its latest residential project, The Lanes at West End, off the back of the sell-out success of Montague Markets and Enclave which will be the final development within the Montague Markets precinct – a masterplan which has been 15 years in the making.
Another residential offering, The Lanes will be the crown jewel among Pradella’s popular West End residential hub, finalising the $1.3 billion masterplan that is set to revolutionise upmarket apartment living. Having delivered more than 17 projects in West End since the year 2000, Pradella has partnered with internationally acclaimed and award-winning teams such as bureau^proberts, LAT27 and Position Property to ensure The Lanes is tailored to exceed the expectations of those looking to invest or ‘rightsize’.
The Lanes will feature an organic building design with contemporary and functional floorplans complete with luxurious finishes and open outlooks that boast sweeping scenic views, providing buyers with an idyllic new home sanctuary in the vibrant inner-city suburb.
Pradella Sales and Marketing Director Lee-Anne Kielar said that the announcement of The Lanes comes following the fast uptake of boutique residences at Montague Markets and Enclave, and that this may be the last chance for buyers to secure a luxurious contemporary apartment within the vibrant West End precinct. “There has been an unprecedented level of buyer demand for luxury apartments over the last couple of years and we anticipate The Lanes will follow suit in terms of popularity,” Ms Kielar said.
“Residences have sold out so quickly that stage releases and construction were fast-tracked across both Montague Markets and Enclave to keep up with demand,” she said. “We are thrilled to be able to deliver Pradella’s final West End residential development, The Lanes, which will conclude Pradella’s $1.3 billion investment into this thriving inner-city locale. Not only is this a great achievement in terms of Pradella’s construction milestones, but these masterplanned projects also showcase a level of upmarket living not seen before in this area.”
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