[U/C] 104-106 Currie Street | 117m | 33lvl | Sofitel Hotel

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[U/C] Re: 104-106 Currie Street | 117m | 33lvl | Sofitel Hotel

#436 Post by normh » Tue Mar 05, 2019 9:23 am

floplo wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:59 pm
normh wrote:
Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:20 am
That's interesting, which floor/aspect/why that building? If the gym/pool etc are part of the hotel do you get automatic access? or do you have to pay? To get access does that mean you have to use 2 lifts? can you access your apartment lifts via the lobby of the hotel? or forced to use a "residence's" entrance, which if I recall from DA was off; was it Rosina Street?
27 / west

Apartments have no separate amenities or common spaces beyond lifts & lobby, everything (gym, pool, etc) is through the hotel. Access is by pay, the 'sales pitch' was that it reduces strata fee (as no maintenance costs) and only user pay.

Ground floor access to resident lifts is via a separate entry on Rosina (afaik, not sure about lobby access). Resident's lifts have access to car parking floors. I am not fully sure on which floors we can cross-over into the hotel (i.e. I assume that we can access the pool/gym floor directly from the residents lifts, but I don't have that on paper)

Why that building? Its timeline worked with my timing, I was fairly certain it will get build (given the hotel component); general (state) concessions and grants are more than tax, fees and moving costs, so I will actually get money for buying it, reducing financial risk; developer is also builder and then landlord of hotel , so I expect that construction quality will be ok; location and view were what I was looking for; the price tag was relatively speaking very low in comparison to similar projects ( Echelon had the same apartment with equivalent floor, orientation, floor plan & size for 100k more and crossing the FHG threshold)
I’ve just been to https://www.revenuesa.sa.gov.au/grants- ... ome-owners and FHG runs out at $575K, when all these apartments come on line I can see a big jump in the CBD apartment median prices.

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[U/C] Re: [U/C] Re: 104-106 Currie Street | 117m | 33lvl | Sofitel Hotel

#437 Post by floplo » Tue Mar 05, 2019 9:26 am

Patrick_27 wrote:
floplo wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:59 pm
normh wrote:
Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:20 am
That's interesting, which floor/aspect/why that building? If the gym/pool etc are part of the hotel do you get automatic access? or do you have to pay? To get access does that mean you have to use 2 lifts? can you access your apartment lifts via the lobby of the hotel? or forced to use a "residence's" entrance, which if I recall from DA was off; was it Rosina Street?
27 / west

Apartments have no separate amenities or common spaces beyond lifts & lobby, everything (gym, pool, etc) is through the hotel. Access is by pay, the 'sales pitch' was that it reduces strata fee (as no maintenance costs) and only user pay.

Ground floor access to resident lifts is via a separate entry on Rosina (afaik, not sure about lobby access). Resident's lifts have access to car parking floors. I am not fully sure on which floors we can cross-over into the hotel (i.e. I assume that we can access the pool/gym floor directly from the residents lifts, but I don't have that on paper)

Why that building? Its timeline worked with my timing, I was fairly certain it will get build (given the hotel component); general (state) concessions and grants are more than tax, fees and moving costs, so I will actually get money for buying it, reducing financial risk; developer is also builder and then landlord of hotel , so I expect that construction quality will be ok; location and view were what I was looking for; the price tag was relatively speaking very low in comparison to similar projects ( Echelon had the same apartment with equivalent floor, orientation, floor plan & size for 100k more and crossing the FHG threshold)
Soooo.... Party at your place then, when this opens?
Hah, at least now I know who will help me move....Image

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[U/C] Re: [U/C] Re: 104-106 Currie Street | 117m | 33lvl | Sofitel Hotel

#438 Post by floplo » Tue Mar 05, 2019 9:30 am

normh wrote:
floplo wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:59 pm
normh wrote:
Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:20 am
That's interesting, which floor/aspect/why that building? If the gym/pool etc are part of the hotel do you get automatic access? or do you have to pay? To get access does that mean you have to use 2 lifts? can you access your apartment lifts via the lobby of the hotel? or forced to use a "residence's" entrance, which if I recall from DA was off; was it Rosina Street?
27 / west

Apartments have no separate amenities or common spaces beyond lifts & lobby, everything (gym, pool, etc) is through the hotel. Access is by pay, the 'sales pitch' was that it reduces strata fee (as no maintenance costs) and only user pay.

Ground floor access to resident lifts is via a separate entry on Rosina (afaik, not sure about lobby access). Resident's lifts have access to car parking floors. I am not fully sure on which floors we can cross-over into the hotel (i.e. I assume that we can access the pool/gym floor directly from the residents lifts, but I don't have that on paper)

Why that building? Its timeline worked with my timing, I was fairly certain it will get build (given the hotel component); general (state) concessions and grants are more than tax, fees and moving costs, so I will actually get money for buying it, reducing financial risk; developer is also builder and then landlord of hotel , so I expect that construction quality will be ok; location and view were what I was looking for; the price tag was relatively speaking very low in comparison to similar projects ( Echelon had the same apartment with equivalent floor, orientation, floor plan & size for 100k more and crossing the FHG threshold)
I’ve just been to https://www.revenuesa.sa.gov.au/grants- ... ome-owners and FHG runs out at $575K, when all these apartments come on line I can see a big jump in the CBD apartment median prices.
Actually, my impression was that there was surprisingly small amount of price tags just below that 575k threshold, so I don't think that it played a major role in price-setting

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[U/C] Re: 104-106 Currie Street | 117m | 33lvl | Sofitel Hotel

#439 Post by timtam20292 » Mon Mar 18, 2019 10:06 pm

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