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World's Best Project Will Open Its Doors This Saturday

Leading Australian developer Crown Group’s most iconic luxury residential development, Infinity by Crown Group, will open its doors to Sydneysiders this Saturday, showcasing a collection of newly completed apartment, which is ready to move into now.

The open day will be held this Saturday 28 September, from 11am to 1pm, with light refreshments and a barbecue provided to guests for a simple gold coin donation. This donation will support The Exodus Foundation’s fight against homelessness who help provide food, educational, social health and wellbeing services without discrimination to those who need it most.

The main event will be on the central plaza on the ground floor with small tours of never-before-seen luxurious completed apartments, as well as Crown Group’s signature resort-style facilities. Guests can also tour the infinity pool, rooftop landscaped gardens and a sky lounge with stunning views all the way to the city, as well as the spa, gym, music room with a baby-grand piano and private cinema.

Named one of the World’s Best Projects at 2017 Property Council of Australia’s Annual Property Congress, this $575 million development in Green Square has become Sydney’s most sought-after place to live. The 20-storey building has captured the public’s attention with its unusual looped design by world renowned architect Koichi Takada Architects. Its 326 luxury apartments and a 90-room SKYE Suites boutique hotel are set on the corner of Botany Road and Bourke Street, next to the new Green Square public library.

An exciting new eat street and dining precinct with 20 stores and restaurants will soon open on the doorstep, spoiling residents with a choice of cafes, bars, restaurants and services. In addition, the new Infinity Health Medical Centre opened this week, and there will be a hairdresser, dry cleaner and two supermarkets opening soon, providing the new community with essential services.

The development forms part of the $13 billion transformations that will add a new metro station and aquatic centre to the suburb, in addition to the stunning library that opened last year, providing a beautiful co-working or study space.

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