Double Bay Development ODE Launches Luxury Condos Priced Up To $25m

A range of apartments and penthouses is on offer with a new landmark development in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

Ode in Double Bay, designed by Sydney architect Luigi Rosselli, occupies a corner location at 19-27 Cross St that connects to a public square with street-level eateries.

The lifestyle development will have a mix of 15 three- and four-bedroom penthouses spread over five levels – with an expected start date in 2023 to be completed in 2025.

While Ode hasn’t announced specific pricing for the penthouses, the general starting price for a three-bedroom home is $9.695 million and could be as high as $25 million.

Floors four and five of the development have floor-to-ceiling windows with views over the harbour.

The development will be built by Top String Australia.

CEO Sydney Ma said the development will connect people and communities by combining innovation, advanced technology and design.

“We have focused on providing an incomparable destination address to match the epicenter of the East,” said Mr. Ma.

“We designed Ode, Double Bay as a seamless integration between architecture, interior and art with a commitment to a masterful expression of creativity, design and environmental principles.”

The three and four bedroom apartments offer an internal floor plan of 219 sqm and 311 sqm and are designed to appeal to local owner-occupiers and downsizers.

Location is also a major selling point for the development, minutes away from the ferry, bus and Edgecliff station – providing convenience for buyers seeking the luxury village lifestyle with access to the CBD.

Features of the penthouses include expansive roof terraces, BBQ, spa, entertainment areas and views of Sydney Harbour.

Resident services include making event and dining reservations, organizing dry cleaning, receiving deliveries, and coordinating access for cleaning and maintenance.

Designer Luigi Roselli believes the new development will contribute to the unprecedented renaissance of Double Bay, a suburb he labels as ‘one of Australia’s most coveted suburbs’.

“My design reflects the modernist architectural style of Oscar Niemeyer, Gio Pointi and Le Corbusier – a positively optimistic response to the global revival in the 1950s,” said Rosseli.

“I feel, after the pandemic, that this is the perfect opportunity to revive their upbeat approach, boldly embracing innovation and asymmetry in fusing organic shapes, geometric shapes and sinuous lines.”

Over the past year, median home prices in Double Bay have risen 10 percent to $6.35 million.

Meanwhile, the median price for an apartment or unit is $1,909 million.
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Originally published as Double Bay development ODE will launch with luxury apartments priced up to $25 million

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