Sydney-based investment house, Princeton, has announced construction at Eurangi.
This one-of-a-kind development sits at the heart of the coveted Bondi beachfront. With luxury minimalist architecture by the award-winning MHND Union and stunning contemporary interiors by Jo Lawless of Lawless & Meyerson, Eurangi offers a new way of living in Bondi Beach.
Inspired by the Maori word for sky, “Rangi”, this development is the first of its kind for Princeton. The project encompasses eight luxurious beachfront apartments, including two single-level penthouses with unobstructed views of the world-famous beach and ground-floor retail. The interiors are defined by black and soft beige, the colours mimicking the beach at night. Light concrete floors and soft stucco walls bring warmth to the generous use of black timber and stone.
The $70m development, located at 134-138 Campbell Parade, marks a new era for the sought after precinct. Over the years, this once bohemian beachfront village has emerged as a sophisticated world-class neighbourhood.
George Gadallah and Craig Anderson, founders of Princeton, have commented about the privilege of helping create a new world-class neighbourhood in a world-famous location. “At Princeton, we are honoured to be part of the celebration of this unique area, having just begun construction of Bondi’s newest luxury apartment building. This truly is unsurpassed Australian beachfront living and a new era for a once bohemian village,” said Gadallah.
“This is a dream development for our company, and we can’t wait to see it come to life in 2022. We have had a hugely successful year [in 2021], and it feels great to end it on a high with the commencement of such a luxury project,” Gadallah said.
Eurangi Bondi Beach is due for completion in late 2022. For more news, market insights and lifestyle, click here.