Waterloo’s fastest selling residential development, Waterfall by Crown Group, now has exciting opportunities for renters to live in the sought-after locale, with the much-anticipated release of the first 52 apartments for lease. The development had a huge 260 enquiries in the first week of release. Those who secure one of the tenancies will be among the first to live in the luxurious tropical urban resort only minutes from the city.
Designed by award-winning SJB Architects, Waterfall by Crown Group will be completed in coming months, offering 331 residences across three stunning seven-storey buildings and a 20-storey sculptural tower. Alongside a collection of studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments will be larger courtyard apartments, all with modern interiors in stone, timber and subtle hues.
The $395-million development features lush, tropical landscaping and beautiful water gardens plus NSW’s largest 22m cascading man-made waterfall at seven storeys high. Crown Group’s signature resort-style resident facilities includes an Infinity rooftop pool with a sky garden and terrace, a recreational deck, a secluded bamboo-covered walkway, state-of-the-art cantilevered gym, a rooftop garden, a rooftop cinema, function room with a catering kitchen and music room with grand piano.
Crown Group Director of Property Management Anthony Caudullo said the professional leasing team at Crown Property Agency (CPA) has now had a record-breaking 25,000 enquiries across more than ten new and existing buildings.
“We’ve serviced more than 25,000 enquires via our systems, which include the market-leading software Inspect Real Estate, making enquiring for a property easier than ever before,” he said. “Tenants have the ability to enquire anytime, anywhere and to book an inspection with our team as well as receive specific information about the property or development they are interested in.
“Demand has proven to be strong for Waterloo – renters are drawn to this area because of its prime location, only four kilometres from Sydney’s centre, and within the university radius, including UTS, The University of Sydney and UNSW Sydney.
“Waterfall by Crown Group provides renters with an exciting opportunity to live in a resort destination, in a sought-after precinct, at an affordable price. “Savvy tenants always know what they are looking for in the current rental market. They will enjoy the architecturally designed apartments, the benefits of being in a prime lifestyle location and resort-style amenities.”
CPA is now making it even easier for tenants and investors by introducing paperless lease agreements. Once tenants are approved by owners, such agreements will be issued directly to tenants for signing, anytime, anywhere.
“Our team has the ability to have a NSW Residential tenancy agreement signed by all parties within 20 minutes of approval from the owner, which gives tenants and investors security,” Mr. Caudullo said.
In May, Mr. Caudullo’s CPA team leased 100 apartments in record time at nearby Infinity by Crown Group in Green Square, after being inundated with more than 3,000 enquiries.
“As an award-winning elite team, Crown Property Agency offers superior service and a great product to our buyers,” Mr. Caudullo said. “Our professional experts are equipped with extensive knowledge, have easy access to all information within our developments and can grant exclusive early access for leasing inspections even before the property has settled.
“This means we can always help renters find the best property and give investors the ability to maximise the rental return on their investment – this is the rare opportunity for renters seeking to live in an upgraded lifestyle, in the luxury tropical urban-resort style living, in the heart of Waterloo – be the first to live in this spectacular development, Waterfall by Crown Group,” he said.
Crown Property Agency provides owners and tenants with a streamlined choice for full property management services, from processing leases to qualifying prospective tenants, collecting rents, as well as property inspections and advertising.