A Sterling opportunity to live in work in exciting Perth hub
October 7, 2017
The doors are open at Hesperia’s new landmark project, Stirling Cross – a 154-apartment complex in Innaloo, just three train stops from the Perth CBD.
Designed by Melbourne architect firm Elenberg Fraser, Stirling Cross was developed as a work and life hub featuring a mix of one- and two-bedroom apartments, a cafe and dining precinct and a central community garden.
Close to the Mitchell Freeway, Westfield Innaloo Shopping Centre and the newly opened Quest Innaloo serviced apartment hotel, residents will thrive in the superb location, benefiting from the excellent amenities the suburb and surrounding area has to offer.
Each apartment has been completed to an exceptional standard, with an array of impressive features including quality ceramic floor and wall tiling in all kitchens and bathrooms, feature tile splashbacks, stainless steel appliances, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, audio visual intercom and secure parking facilities.
With a vision of offering a ‘connected living’ lifestyle for residents and a focus on community and sustainability, GreenShare Car Service is available at Stirling Cross.
The first sharing service of its kind in Western Australia, GreenShare Car Service offers residents and the public access to two Audi vehicles that can be rented by the hour. Hesperia will incubate the sharing service initially, transferring it to the Stirling Cross strata company to reduce strata fees for residents once financially viable.
“This striking development is proof that Perth residents are ready to embrace the benefits of apartment living in community-minded, eco-friendly developments close to transport nodes,” Hesperia Development Manager Christian Fini said.
“Setting a new benchmark for connected living and intelligent design, Stirling Cross is the perfect balance of city and coastal lifestyles in the heart of Perth’s newest hotspot.”