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Latest Project Fuses Modernity with Heritage

Perth property developer, Psaros, has unveiled “Depot” - a striking new boutique residential project in a newly revived part of Perth’s inner city.

The 35-apartment landmark development designed by Architect Zuideveld Marchant Hur, will maintain the building’s former façade resulting in an arresting combination of edgy urban rawness and contemporary modernity.

Psaros CEO Danny Psaros said it was fortunate that Psaros was able to successfully preserve and restore the unique “saw-tooth” façade of the building.

“The original frontage adds a distinctive heritage feel to the property and has enabled us to retain a connection to the history of one of Perth’s oldest and most vibrant areas,” he said.

Depot will include 35 one, two and three-bedroom apartments all with large balconies and open living spaces as well as Psaros’ signature “value added benefits” including bamboo timber floors and higher than average 2.7 metre ceilings.

With its ongoing commitment towards “Zero Carbon” and the environment, Psaros has integrated countless sustainable features into all Depot apartments – including solar passive design, solar hot water and power, and energy efficient lighting and appliances.

At the forefront of innovation, each Depot apartment will come with the option of  “Intelligent Home Technology”- meaning that virtually any device, system or appliance can be mastered throughout the home with one simple control.

Within walking distance to Beaufort Street, Northbridge and the CBD, Mr Psaros predicted buyers would be drawn to Depot for its location as well as its investment potential.

“This little pocket of Perth is experiencing a boom as buyers become aware of its amazingly close proximity to the CBD, sport, shops, bars and cafes and the incredible lifestyle it offers,” he said.

“Added to this, the high level of demand and rental return also makes this area extremely appealing for investors.”

Depot’s apartments start from $399,000.

Construction is expected to start in April this year and is due to be completed in August 2015.

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