Treehouse takes root as building begins
Posted 26 . 08 . 19
The West Australian | Monday, 26 August 2016 1:06PM
Stirling Capital has officially commenced construction of its multi-residential development, Treehouse in Jolimont.
Marking the occasion earlier this month, Stirling Capital Chairman Robert Reinecke was joined by Town of Cambridge Mayor Keri Shannon, LandCorp General Manager John Hackett and EMCO Building Managing Director John Ripp in turning the first soil at the Treehouse project site.
When complete, the development will host 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. Treehouse will offer buyers a rare opportunity to make this 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 big balconies.
Stirling Capital Director Daniel-Paul Filippi said the company was delighted to see Treehouse start construction.
“A big part of what makes this project special is its location,” he said.
“Jolimont embodies so much of what people love about living in Perth – the chance to get outdoors and enjoy the sunshine, stroll to cafes and shopping hubs and easily access our amazing beaches.
“LandCorp’s vision for Parkside Walk will activate this pocket of the Town of Cambridge, creating a new residential hub that meets the needs of modern communities. Treehouse is a unique opportunity for people to make this area their home and we’re proud to be able to deliver that for our buyers.”
Designed by local architects MJA Studio, 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 barbecue spaces.
Upon completion, it 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.
More than 50 per cent of Treehouse was sold prior to construction beginning.
The Treehouse onsite display suite is located at 2 Hortus Way in Jolimont and is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1-3pm or by appointment.
Contact: Treehouse Jolimont | 9283 1616 www.mystirling.com/treehouse