Harold Park

Agent

Jeffrey Li
Phone:
+61 404 135 763
Midland Investment Group
Phone:
+61 2 8065 3072
Fax:
+61 2 9211 7439

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Glebe Sydney

With more than 300 design and construction awards, Mirvac continues to set the standard for luxurious living, premier investments, superior locations and landmark buildings. Harold Park is an exciting addition to the company’s enviable portfolio of fine residential projects including Walsh Bay, The Peninsula at Burswood, Yarra's Edge and Ephraim Island. Each is a showcase of Mirvac's leading reputation for creating living environments of unmatched quality and our absolute commitment to excellence in design, construction and sustainable living. Drawing on over 40 years of experience and expertise,

 

Mirvac is Australia's premier developer of residential apartments. In terms of traffic, few places in Sydney enjoy such a direct link to the city, with light rail from nearby Jubilee Park station redefining easy commuting. Whether you are homeward bound or heading out, the CBD, Central Station, Darling Harbour, The Star Casino, Sydney’s Fish Markets and Chinatown are all just minutes away on Sydney's only light rail network. Nine new stops are also being added as part of a 5.6km extension to the service, reaching from Leichhardt North to Dulwich Hill. Just a short stroll finds you amongst Glebe village, which offers a selection of specialist bakeries, small bars, pubs, bookstores as well as a range of international cuisine from Mexican to Nepalese and everything in between.

 

Close to home is The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Sydney University, the city’s premier educational institution and the only place in Sydney where you can get lost in one of the State’s largest libraries and catch the latest home-grown band, on the same premises. You'll also find Mirvac's Broadway shopping centre and a great selection of schools in the neighbourhood. At Harold Park you’re just a short drive from the Anzac Bridge and the city’s major east-to-west corridors. So, as secluded as Harold Park is, there are few places in Sydney that can claim such convenience.

 

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