Historically, Double Bay has been the centre of fashion and cosmopolitan lifestyle for Sydney.
This cosmopolitan lifestyle has attracted celebrity and fame in the past with Bill Clinton, Princess Diana, Sir Elton John, and Madonna all once staying in its heyday at the Ritz-Carlton, now the 5-star InterContinental Hotel.
The glory days of Double Bay are set to return with developers taking charge and reinvigorating the harbourside suburb.
SJD Property have done just that, and are set to underpin their prestigious development, 1788, with exceptional tenancies with the centrepiece being a 194sq m* restaurant space which is set to have reign over Double Bay as the best-positioned tenancy in the Bay.
1788 includes nine retail tenancies ranging from 23sq m* to 194sq m* and will incorporate a mix of fashion, beauty, and a central tenancy earmarked for a food and beverage operator.
1788 is being marketed and leased by Ray White Commercial Eastern Suburbs Principal Grant Whiteman and Colliers International’s Matt Pontey and Miron Solomons.
“Momentum is building in Double Bay with developers taking the lead, reimagining the streets, and bringing the Bay into the future,” Mr Whiteman said.
“The centrepiece of the development is a 194sq m* food and beverage space which is expected to draw plenty of interest given its central location and position directly opposite the InterContinental Hotel.
“Cross Street is fast becoming the centrepiece of dining in Double Bay with restaurants such as Indigo, Saké and Bedouin adorning the streets, and creating a beautiful village atmosphere.”
“This benchmark development is a Double Bay statement and has set the standard of best in class project delivery,” Mr Pontey said.
“1788 consists of 26 high-end residential apartments designed by leading architecture firm Bates Smart with a focus on delivering a unique product to the discerning Double Bay market.
“With the building complete, it has always been the vision of SJD Group that the development is underpinned with exceptional retailers, which will complete any project of this calibre.”
1788 Residences is opposite the five-star InterContinental Hotel with prominent street frontages to both Cross Street and Knox Lane and the assets are suitable for a variety of uses.
There are a select few apartments available for sale in 1788 Residences, for any apartment sale enquiries please contact Craig Pontey and Eddie Mansour of Ray White.
To register your interest in securing a retail lease in 1788 please contact Matt Pontey and Miron Solomons of Colliers International or Grant Whiteman of Ray White Commercial Eastern Suburbs.