Kew Junction's Clara Q development a sellout

Kew Junction's Clara Q development a sellout
Kew Junction's Clara Q development a sellout

Clara Q, which is now Kew Junction’s tallest building, has sold all of its apartments 0ff-the-plan ahead of next month's completion.

The 12-storey development on High Street includes 46 apartments of one- and two-bedroom, as well as a penthouse apartment.

Designed by architects Rothelowman, the simple design of the façade features layered curves, scalloped windows and horizontal balconies.

“Clara Q offered an affordable entry point into the prestigious Kew housing market and lifestyle, with one-bedroom apartments starting at $379,000 compared with the median unit price in Kew of $582,500,” says Peter Hua, director of developer AlphaMAC Property Group.


One-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments range in size from 51 square metres to 94 square metres with one penthouse totaling 291 square metres.

The three-bedroom penthouse was listed for $2.48 million, approximately $8,500 a square metre.

The ground floor of the complex, which is due for completion next month, also includes shop fronts and a restaurant.


Kim Lowman, principal of Rothewlowman, says they are pleased with how the development has been received.

“The central location and high quality finishes throughout the apartments appealed to a mix of owner-occupiers and investors,” says Lowman.

Apartments feature European Mile appliances, stone benchtops, mirror kitchen splashbacks and timber flooring.

Located at 118-120 High Street, the site was formely owned by Q-Cars, who sold to developers in 2009.

Nicola Trotman

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