Exclusive preview of new Lonsdale St apartments

Ever wanted to experience comfortable city living? From Thursday, June 15 to Sunday, June 18, visitors are invited for an exclusive preview of Central Equity’s brand new apartment project.

Located at 560 Lonsdale St, Melbourne, potential buyers are invited to preview floorplans, colour schemes and more at this special preview event.

Features of these apartments include:

  • Spacious living areas with floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Quality kitchen and bathroom fittings
  • Double-glazed windows & acoustic features
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning
  • Security features
  • …and more!

Residents will also have access to an entire floor of exclusive facilities, including a spacious lounge, banquet room, coffee bar, luxe theatre, indoor pool, sauna, gym, yoga studio, BBQs and outdoor relaxation areas.

Visitors attending the preview will be treated to a brief 20 minute project overview. This overview will introduce Central Equity’s brand new apartments project and is an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the forecasted Stamp Duty changes.

In addition to the project overview, visitors will also have a chance to consult a mortgage broker who will answer any financial questions you might have at the event.

Free gourmet food and barista coffee will also be provided during the preview event.

Finally, visitors who pre-register for the event on the website can stand a chance to win an iPhone 7!

Off the plan investor’s should act before 1st July 2017 when new stamp duty laws take effect and savings up to $55,000 are no longer available.*

For further information, call Central Equity on 1800 638 8888 or go to the apartments’ official website.

What: Central Equity Apartment Preview Event
Where: 560 Lonsdale St, Melbourne
When: June 15 – 18 (Thursday and Friday: 12.30pm and 6.00pm) | Saturday and Sunday: 11.00am, 1.00pm and 3.00pm)
Developer: Central Equity

*Forecast stamp duty savings based on government press announcements. Actual stamp duty savings subject to relevant laws, including legislation yet to come into force.

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