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Crownview is located at 373 Crown Street, Wollongong NSW 2500. This is the second mixed-use development in Wollongong CBD by Oxford Crown Group. The Project comprises two towers, which are twenty and ten storeys respectively, containing 149 apartments and about 7,000sqm commercial space.
With project value more than $130 million.
The construction had commenced, and is expected to complete by 31 August 2021. 60% of the apartments have been sold; 40% of the commercial tenants signed the lease agreements (30% of the commercial are purchased by the tenants).
Commercial is focused
on medical services
Currently we have tenants from Neurology Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Cardiologist, Oncology, Physic Therapy, Dentist, Imaging, etc. with Oxford Medical to provide GP Services, Health Checks and Collaborating on the latest Medical Research and Applications.
Custom-made Panoramic Private Home Lifts for Crownview Penthouses
Wollongong is the third largest city in New South Wales, the 10th largest city in Australia.
Wollongong has a population of 300,000, about 78 km away from Sydney's CBD. As a very competitive port city, the population of Wollongong has continued to grow, driving up housing prices. In addition, 3,500 doctors, nurses and medical staff are employed within the medical precinct around Crownview Project and the nearby University of Wollongong has more than 30,000 students, about 40% from overseas, therefore the renting market is not adequate to the demand
Recently completed infrastructure investments include $200 million expansion of GPT West Keira Shopping Centre; $134 million expansion of Wollongong Public Hospital; $120 million brand new Wollongong Private Hospital, and 5,500 sqm Taxation Office. Infrastructure investments include Crown Street Shopping Mall and Pedestrian Streets; free Wi-Fi throughout the City Centre, which have injected more vitality into the CBD of Wollongong.
NSW State Government had announced to upgrade the train speed from Sydney to Wollongong to reduce the traveling time from currently 90 minutes to 31 minutes.
Wollongong had been designated regional areas by the Department of Home Affairs, Immigration and Citizenship to have access to the following regional incentives: