Designed specifically for Hills residents, Infinity Park is resonating with locals looking to upsize their lifestyle to apartment living.
Idyllically positioned overlooking Castle Hill Country Club, the resort-style development caters for a wide range of buyers, with two different residential components within the masterplanned community.
At its heart is ‘Marque’ a 23-storey tower – the tallest of the buildings – with 241 apartments and showcasing a grand hotelstyle lobby and magnificent lagoon pool framed by sun decks and beautiful landscaping.
A more boutique lifestyle is offered by ‘Alpha and Omega’, comprising 49 high-end oversized apartments, set across two six-level buildings. General manager at developer Haitchin Group, Robert Tasevski said the twin mid-rise buildings have been tailored for those looking to downsize from large homes and acreages in The Hills.
“We’ve really considered who the market is and engaged a lot of locals to find out what was a priority for them,” Mr Tasevski said.
“We found that people wanted the ease and luxury experience of living in a hotel, a place they can lock up and leave when they go away, but somewhere they feel comfortable in when they are at home.”
The bespoke apartments exude luxury, with exceptional finishes throughout including a stone kitchen and luxe bathrooms. Each balcony feature a ‘loggia’ – an additional space which can be utilised in a number of ways such as an art studio, outdoor kitchen, home office or yoga space.
The Alpha and Omega buildings will open to a sophisticated lobby and offer a private roof-top entertainment terrace. In addition, residents will be able to utilise all the wonderful facilities of Infinity Park including the pool, gardens and reflective spaces.
The project’s unique location, which is within walking distance to Metro station, ensures convenience. A future link road – due to open when construction is completed – will provide additional access to Windsor Rd without the need to drive through Norwest Business Park.