Embassy Tower takes prime spot in St Leonards

Market Insights
7 years ago
3 minutes

Whenever we think we’ve seen the best that Sydney’s apartment market can offer, a development like Embassy Tower comes along to remind us that surprise is always around the corner. 

Developed by privately owned Loftex, Embassy Tower is a premium example of mixed-use architecture, combining luxurious one, two and three bedroom apartments with ground level retail convenience. A small number of modern studio apartments also add to a mix that ensures there’s something for everyone.

Loftex certainly made the right choice bringing architects Nettletontribe on board to create something a little less ordinary for such a compelling location. Their 40 years of experience and industry accolades are on show with the design of this building, from its impressively glazed facade to the smallest detail at apartment level.

Take a look at the apartment interiors and you can see some of the luxurious approach here. Free-flowing living, dining and kitchen spaces are laid out for maximum comfort and functionality and the floor to ceiling windows allow light to flood in. Speaking of which, those windows open up onto some of the best balcony spaces in the area. Go ahead and organise that weekend bbq — these exceptional views are set to impress.

If you’re shopping around for an apartment, you’ll have seen your fair share of fixtures and finishes, but Embassy Tower seems to have taken things to the next level. Against a carefully selected neutral palette with punches of black, textures and fabrics layer up to create a sophisticated environment punctuated by features, lighting and appliances that add true character. 

Whether you’re a masterchef or use your kitchen more for entertaining, it’s a space that is integral to these contemporary homes. Kitted out with Miele appliances including gas stovetop, wall oven and Smartstone splash backs, these kitchens offer plenty of smart storage and open shelving to hide the things you need to and show off the things you love. Completed with Italian Libera tapware, you won’t find a better place to cook or stir up a cocktail.

Yes, we often talk of bathrooms being a haven these days, but with good reason. Often used as a transition between work and home, they have to be calm, and that’s certainly true here. Large tiles offer a marble-look finish and a spacious walk-in shower sets the luxurious tone. We love the elegantly slim suspended basin, which sits beneath large mirrored cabinetry and an open shelf that’s both practical and offers you the chance for a spot of styling.

Let’s be honest, not only is this an outstanding building, the location is a real draw card as well. Just five kilometres from Sydney CBD, whilst still maintaining it's North Shore convenience within a leafy residential spot. St Leonards station is only a walk away and being so central really puts you in the best possible position to explore.

Then again, we wouldn’t blame you for choosing to stay close to home on the weekends, thanks to the vibrant mix of local cafes, gourmet food options, city stores and parks. 

With such an enviable location and stunning interiors, Embassy Tower is on course to become a landmark residential building of it’s kind. Construction commences this October. 

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