Stirling Capital breaks ground for construction to commence at Treehouse Jolimont
Posted 01 . 08 . 19
Stirling Capital officially marked the commencement of construction at its Treehouse multi-residential development in Jolimont at a ground-breaking ceremony held on 1 August 2019, alongside Town of Cambridge Mayor Kerri Shannon, Landcorp’s General Manager John Hackett and appointed builder EMCO Building’s Director John Ripp.
When complete, the sophisticated Treehouse development will comprise 48 luxury apartments set among the leafy surrounds of LandCorp’s Parkside Walk urban redevelopment.
Parkside Walk is ideally positioned close to shopping precincts in Floreat, Wembley, Leederville and Subiaco, close to popular schools and just a short drive from The University of Western Australia. As the name implies, the area is rich with lush park land, and Treehouse will offer buyers a rare opportunity to make this unique pocket of Perth home.
Treehouse incorporates one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, designed and finished to suit their location. Apartment designs are generous in scale, and functional in form with high ceilings, spacious living areas and generous balconies.
The project was designed by multi-award winning local architects MJA Studio – recently recognised with the Harold Krantz award for residential architecture at the 2019 WA Architecture Awards for their work on Stirling Capital’s Cirque project.
Treehouse exceeds the newly introduced Design WA criteria, with a balanced focus on excellence in design plus high levels of amenity. Shared facilities at Treehouse include a private heated swimming pool, fully equipped fitness centre, outdoor yoga and exercise area, private lounge and dining rooms, plus expansive entertaining and BBQ spaces.
Upon completion, Treehouse will also boast exceptional sustainability features, including solar energy with battery storage, gas hot water, ceiling fans and optimised floor plans to maximise natural light and ventilation.
For more information about Treehouse Jolimont, visit the Treehouse website.