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Living the dream with the world’s best harbour at your feet

Luxury living reaches new heights in this harbourside penthouse

Thu, Sep 7, 2023 3:26pmGrey Clock 2 min

There are luxury residences and then there is 81.01/1A Barangaroo Avenue. This world class penthouse with 360 degrees of Sydney Harbour offers an extraordinary opportunity to enjoy the best the Emerald City has to offer without compromising on space or amenity.

Set across two full floors and spanning over 800sqm, this lavish residence on offer through Black Diamondz enjoys uninterrupted views of the harbour across to Darling Harbour and the Blue Mountains to the west, and the glittering Pacific Ocean to the east.

Perched 245 metres above sea level and a mere 30 metres from the harbour’s edge, this sumptuous residence offers exceptional connectivity to the best Sydney has to offer with abundant living space indoors and out.

Unsurpassed Amenities

The floorplan includes five light-filled bedrooms each with ensuite bathrooms, as well as a lavish master suite complete with walk-in robes, twin rain shower, and steam room that gives new meaning to the word ‘indulgence’. The penthouse offers multiple generous living spaces as well as a spacious home office with commanding views of the harbour. Health and leisure features include a private plunge pool, cinema room, and gym. There is also more than 50sqm of outdoor living space spread across three protected balconies, connected by a feature staircase and a private internal lift that opens to a galleried second floor.

Architectural and Design Marvel

Designed by award-winning architect WilkinsonEyre, Crown Sydney’s striking sculptural form means each residence is unique in size and layout. Inside the penthouse, Meyer Davis Studio Interiors has crafted an interior space that is nothing short of jaw dropping in a quietly sophisticated neutral palette with detailed, bespoke joinery, herringbone flooring and stylish floor-to-ceiling drapery. Six metre-high floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space with natural light while offering panoramic vistas that are nothing short of sublime.

Full Access to Hotel Luxuries

What truly sets this penthouse apart is its full integration with the Crown Sydney hotel below. Residents enjoy complete access to hotel services, including a 24-hour concierge, valet parking, housekeeping, and in-room dining services from Crown’s esteemed chefs. Additionally, residents have exclusive access to two pools, a state-of-the-art gym, a six-star day spa, and a tennis court.

“With this Penthouse, we have unquestionably set a new standard for residential living not just in Sydney, but globally,” said the spokesperson for Crown Residences. “It’s more than a home; it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for those who demand the absolute best.”

The Crown Residences at One Barangaroo Penthouse is available for immediate occupancy.

For more information, visit Crown Residences at One Barangaroo.


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The home building market is on the rebound as building approvals rise, new data reveals.

Information from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that the total number of dwellings approved in August was up 7 percent seasonally adjusted, with apartments leading the way.

Private sector house approvals gained 5.8 percent in August while private sector residences excluding houses were up 9.4 percent. This follows on from a decrease of 14.6 percent in July and indicates a solid recovery in the Australian construction sector as the end of the year approaches.  

Approvals for total dwellings were strongest in the two largest states, with Victoria recording a rise of 22.2 percent and NSW 12.5 percent. Western Australia also saw a significant rise of 12.3 percent.

In Queensland, the results were less positive for the sector, with total dwelling approvals falling by -26.9 percent. Tasmania also experienced a drop in approvals in August, down -10.1 percent and South Australia -6.9 percent.


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