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For Sale

Wharf 2 Apartments - Now Selling and Under Construction

True Waterfront living only footsteps from Darwin's CBD DISPLAY OFFICE NOW OPEN at 19 Kitchener Drive next to Coffee Club - Open 7 days 10am to 4pm Wharf 2 Apartments situated on Kitchener Drive, Darwin City Waterfront is the next exciting offering from The Toga Group of Companies. Wharf 2 consists of three buildings, Pavilion, Parkside and Quayside. In another exciting development Charles Darwin University will occupy a 4,500sqm building which will be the new home of the School of Business and Hospitality. This building will be sited on Kitchener Drive. Behind this building overlooking the parkland is "Pavilion". 18 x one and two bedroom apartments. Apartments in this building have now sold out. Parkside is a purely residential building and consists of 48 x one and two bedroom apartments. Again demand has been strong and only two apartments remain in this building. Quayside is on the water and consists of 71 x one and two bedroom apartments. Sales have been strong also in this building and only a spattering of apartments remain for sale so get in quick. The location of Darwin City Waterfront combining world-class residential, leisure, business and iconic culture centres together have created something sensational. Adjacent to the Darwin CBD, and situated on the water's edge, this destination is the new heartbeat of Darwin and recognised amongst the world's best for its uniqueness, diversity and architectural quality. The Darwin City Waterfront Precinct offers; - Retail - Restaurant/cafes - Wave pool and Lagoon - Landscaped gardens - Convention Centre Wharf 2 Apartments offers a selection of elegantly designed 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Wharf 2 Apartment features include; o Gourmet kitchen with European appliances o Reconstituted stone bench tops o Elegant bathrooms with reconstituted bench tops and timber veneer vanities o Loop pile wool blend carpet to bedrooms o Storage, air conditioning and ceiling fans o Large balconies with ceiling fans and gas points o Secure parking Why invest in Wharf 2 o Unique CBD Waterfront development with easy and quick access to all that Darwin has to offer. o Value for investment for both owner/occupiers and investors o Low vacancies in Wharf 1 Apartments bears testament to the popularity of the location o Quality community and public infrastructure at your door step. o Quality finishes and features offered throughout all apartments o Strong rental market with growing rents and rapidly declining vacancies o Excellent economic outlook with Deloitte Access Economics forecasting average growth of 4.2% per annum 2012/13 through to 2015/16 o RP Data asserts that wages in Darwin are the second highest in the country next to Canberra o Over $35 billion committed in oil and gas and infrastructure projects that will underpin the Darwin economy well into the future. A 10% deposit will secure your apartment with the balance payable on completion. Prices starting from $500,000 Invest with confidenceinvest in Wharf 2 Apartments

Summary of this property:
- Address: Unit 1-138/21 Kitchener Drive, Darwin
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Parking spots: 1
- Contact : Todd Trainer
- Agency: Knight Frank - Darwin

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