Natural Square Apartment Introduction Sells After Offering

The two day launch saw 174 apartments offered (initially 79 were to be released) in the first residential buildingof the project, named Ebsworth . This totalled more than $150 million of sales to a range of investors and owner occupiers, including first home buyers. More than 4,600 enquiries were received for the first release. The home apartments were priced from $550,000 for a 42 square metre one bedroom apartment with no parking. Two bedroom, two bathroom apartments with one car park, and three bedroom, two bathroom apartments with one car park are also available. The next release will be fast tracked as a result of this sell out. UrbanGrowth NSW chief executive David Pitchford said that Green Square is the beginning of a new era for Sydney. He pointed to the success working with the private sector and noted the areas employment and housing options, nearby train station and amenities. Mirvac group executive residential development, John Carfi, said that there has been a shift towards inner city living. Green Square offers all the fundamentals that people are looking for in apartment living, said Carfi. There were however a number of potential buyers who missed out and we will be doing our best to bring forward the next release of apartments at Green Square to satisfy the evident demand. Construction of Ebsworth will begin in early 2015 and is expected to be completed in late 2016.

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Brewin Dolphin - Crowdfunding: what is it and how does it work? | Brewin Dolphin Insight

Fund seekers are not allowed to offer any financial return to the donor, who instead benefits from the warm glow of knowing they have supported a cause they care about. It is no coincidence that the use of crowdfunding increased during the economic downturn. As banks have become more stringent about who they will lend to, people who need funds have turned to the public for help. Emily-Rose Eastop turned to the reward-based crowdfunding website Hubbub to raise money for a masters degree at Oxford. Nearly 500 sponsors, including the conductor Sir Simon Rattle, funded her to the tune of 26,570 in return for the reward of being kept informed of everything that Emily-Rose learned during her studies.

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