Early purchasers who bought into a new apartment complex in Sydney’s west have been given the ultimate thank you present from developers – a complimentary $15,000 luxury upgrade to their property.
Sydney-based family owned company Eastern Pacific is offering superior finishes as standard for their new 84-unit ‘Amada’ community, currently under construction at Mays Hill near Parramatta.
Chris Abouhamad, director of Eastern Pacific, says they wanted a unique way to thank buyers who showed confidence in what is expected to become ‘an iconic’ building in the area.
“The high-end inclusions for the Amada project will set a new standard in this area,” says Mr Abouhamad. “The Amada really differentiates the Eastern Pacific brand.”
Amada has been referred to as ‘geometric luxury’ with angular features that will shimmer in the Sydney sunlight. The aesthetic is complemented by location – Amada is within walking distance of the Parramatta CBD – and it is this combination that has attracted strong interest from owner-occupiers, first time buyers and investors.
“We want Amada to become our benchmark for future residential developments providing a contemporary and stylish living environment that doesn’t just feel like your typical apartment but something special,” says Mr Abouhamad.
“The Amada is the ideal project to launch this vision because we have been working for more than 35 years in Sydney’s west and we are proud to be a large contributor to the transitional growth around hubs such as Parramatta.
“The strong response from buyers reflects what we as a company had hoped for the project, so we wanted to show our gratitude by making the Amada an even better place to live by providing luxurious finishes.”
Apartments will feature stylish modern kitchens with matt black appliances and tapware by Westinghouse and Franke, plus a bonus stone splashback. Other upgrades include timber floorboards, downlights throughout, combi blinds and an additional dual split air-conditioning system in the master bedroom.
While designed before the current Covid-19 pandemic, the existing layout includes a multi-purpose space which could function as a home office, play area or reading space.
“It is still too early to see if demand for greater home office space will match affordability factors, however home offices will definitely be a consideration in future DA designs,” says Mr Abouhamad.
The Amada is expected to be completed by November this year.
Eastern Pacific also has a number of other residential projects underway across Sydney’s key growth markets.
Mr Abouhamad believes there is continued demand for affordable housing in more established suburbs currently undergoing regeneration.
“Eastern Pacific is breathing new life into older suburbs, bringing in younger residents, families and downsizers as well as new businesses to the area – it is exciting be part of this wave of transformation happening across the Sydney metropolitan area,” he says.