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A recently completed apartment development in Zetland, Infinity may be one of the more controversial projects in the city currently. With a design that has been debated over since its unveiling in 2013 — despite receiving many awards — residents of the project bought into it for the hotel-like lifestyle and the unique perspective from the holes throughout the building.
Inifnity is a new apartment project located in Zetland. The recently completed development has a unique design, with curves throughout and a hole right through the middle of one side. During its construction, many compared it both a donut and a rollercoaster due to this. Despite the controversial design, the building completed construction in early 2019, and residents have been moving in since July of that year.
The landscaped tower was designed in order to allow more sunlight back into the Green Square library and public plaza with its cafes and restaurants, as a more traditional, straightforward building would end up casting them both into shadow. Such a large block would also have created a wind tunnel and turbulence at ground level, so the architect created an aerodynamic shape with a blend of two loops, terracing and level changes that would instead draw air into the courtyard and push it back through via natural ventilation.
The unique design means that there are a range of different floor plans throughout the development. Select one, two and three-bedroom configurations remain for sale, although a large majority of the building is now sold out. A large effort has been made to make the apartment development feel like a hotel, which is apparent in the amenities offered.
Residents have access to the ground floor retail plaza, which is home to shops and restaurants like Butcher & The Farmer, Social Society, McDonald’s, Bashan Noodle, Gong Cha, Miracle Supermarket, Venus Nails, and Infinity Health Medical Centre.
As construction is now complete, interest buyers can view the exact apartments they would like to buy. To make an appointment to do so, please use the enquiry form below.
Construction at Infinity is now complete, so buyers can move in now.
Located at 301 Botany Road, Zetland, Infinity sits on the corner of Botany Road and Bourke Street, two major thoroughfares in the suburb. Residents will find most amenities within walking distance: the Woolworths in Green Square is less than a two minutes walk down the road, and every kind of store from a Nudie Jeans to a Ferrari shop are within 10 minutes drive. There are also a number of parklands nearby: more than 15 are accessible in less than 10 minutes, including Sydney Park and Moore Park/Centennial Park.
For peace of mind, there are also a number of hospitals and pharmacies close by — Alexandria Specialist Day Hospital is four minutes away. The Alexandria Fire Station is two minutes down the road.
For residents with school-aged children, there are more than a few options close to Infinity. For children who are pre-school aged, Waranara Early Education Center is three minutes down the road. Primary school aged children have a number of options: Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School at Waterloo, Our Lady of The Rosary Catholic Primary School in Kensington, and Alexandria Park Community School, which also has a high school that students can attend. Other high schools in the area are Central Sydney Intensive English High School, Sydney Boys High School, Sydney Girls High School, and Green Square School, which caters to students aged 10 – 16 who have special needs.
Residents at Infinity have access to a number of facilities. This includes an infinity pool and spa, gym, metting room, cinema room, private music room, a communal function room with kitchen facilities, and landscaped rooftop gardens. All of these have been designed to resemble a hotel.
For the full range of available floor plans, please enquire below.
Infinity is being developed by Crown Group. They has over 25 years of experience, and a $5 billion pipeline spanning five cities and three continenents. Previous work by Crown Group includes V by Crown Group in Parramatta and ARC in the Sydney CBD.