Sydney – May 2017 – At 25 years of age, Fairfield resident Pamela Lodge had begun the process of searching for her first home, initially looking at apartments in Parramatta before coming to learn about a friend’s recent apartment purchase at The Paper Mill on George’s River in Liverpool.
Ms Lodge went along to the precinct’s sales suite and project gallery and there, she says, she found exactly what she was looking for in a new community.
‘I left the display suite with a great impression of Coronation Property as a developer that that goes the extra mile in terms of providing for future residents,” she said.
“I think the ongoing involvement by Coronation Property to foster a strong sense of community for the Paper Mill’s future residents is really outstanding and reflects yet another unique point of difference for them in the market.”
For Ms Lodge, communication is key and the fact she receives ongoing emails with updates on the progress of The Paper Mill, as well as invitations to different events such as Easter celebrations or information evenings, speaks volumes to her about Coronation Property’s focus on building strong communities.
Working in retail at South Sydney, Miss Lodge said that one of The Paper Mill’s biggest drawcards for her had been a very affordable price point for what is essentially a waterfront apartment complete with all the expected lifestyle benefits.
Miss Lodge purchased a one bedroom apartment with a car space at The Bindery – stage two at The Paper Mill, on one of the building’s higher floors, where she says she is ideally positioned to take full advantage of the precinct’s views over the Georges River.
The Paper Mill is also close to convenient arterial roads, a train station and even a large Westfield shopping centre complete with around 300 retail outlets, numerous restaurants and cafés and even a cinema.
It is also just minutes from surrounding local recreational and sporting facilities, including The Whitlam Leisure Centre which offers indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a gym, spas, saunas, football and netball courts, gymnastic facilities and a 3,000-seat stadium.
For Pamela, the unique heritage aspect of The Paper Mill is another distinguishing factor that drew her to the development.
“I love the idea that it is bringing the heritage and history of Liverpool to life and utilising this as a foundation for the building,” she said.
I also love that the landscaping will be inspired and will flow from the natural environment and surrounds of the Georges River.”
“I think both these factors create a really unique point of difference in the market, it definitely influenced my decision to purchase at the Paper Mill, especially when comparing this to a lot of other apartments which you see advertised that offer generic block layouts and plans.”