Colliers International is taking registrations for 88 apartments in exciting new Brown Falconer-designed residential project, The Adelaidean
The Adelaidean is set to transform the Adelaide skyline from late 2019, towering 134 metres above the city as the tallest approved building in South Australia.
Colliers International’s residential director Nick Pelvay and senior executive James Polacek have been appointed to sell the 88 premium one-, two- and three-bedroom residences on behalf of developer Kyren Group, with prices starting from $435,000.
The Brown Falconer architect-designed project will comprise a selection of residences from levels 22 to 35, with three-metre-high ceilings in the sub-penthouses.
Mr Pelvay was enthusiastic about the upcoming sales campaign and said he had already received overwhelming interest in the residences.
“Life in The Adelaidean will be one full of variety, vibrancy and excitement, towering above the city with incredible panoramic views,” he said.
The Adelaidean promises a luxurious lifestyle, with a grand lobby entrance, as well as cafes, bars, fine dining and high-end shopping at its doorstep.
“This project has been designed to encapsulate the understated beauty and elegance of its surroundings,” Mr Pelvay said.
“While its 88 residences makes it boutique, it is in fact the tallest approved building in the state, despite having less floors than some. This development is by Adelaideans, for Adelaideans.”
The Adelaidean will be co-located with an international hotel brand and serviced accommodation, which will occupy ground level to level 20.
Mr Pelvay said no presale requirements were in place for the project, with construction due to commence in the fourth quarter of this year.