Official Opening of The Quarry, Tempe
This morning leading real estate specialist, Raine&Horne Projects officially opened the premier residential development, The Quarry, Tempe.
The event was attended by real estate executives, media representatives, council staff and members of the local community.
The Grand Opening featured keynote speeches from the CEO of Raine&Horne Angus Raine, The Quarry architect David Benson of Benson McCormack Architects, Jabbour Jabbour, master builder from Hone Constructions, and Mayor of Marrickville Councillor Victor Macri.
At the conclusion of the morning's formalities, guests were taken on a tour of the site by the staff of Raine&Horne Projects.
Guests of the event commented on the quality finishes in the stunning luxury development and the integrated heritage elements throughout the development.
“Raine & Horne Projects is proud to be involved with such an elegantly-designed complex in one of Sydney’s fastest growing regions.”
“With a choice of two or three bedroom residences starting from $800,000, as well as being conveniently located to public transport, local schools, shopping and the airport, The Quarry is already garnering interest from a range of motivated buyers including young families, retirees and investors,” said Mr Raine.
According to the selling agent responsible for The Quarry, Alex Vrisakis of Raine & Horne Projects, just a few short years ago, Tempe was relatively undiscovered by buyers looking to secure a home in Sydney’s Inner West.
“This is quickly changing with Tempe now the inner west’s newest hot spot,” said Mr Vrisakis.
Australian Property Monitors reported that the median house price in Tempe jumped 10.3% in the year to May 2013, with two sales cracking the $1 million mark for the first time.
“Tempe represents great value for buyers, compared to surrounding suburbs,” said Mr Vrisakis.