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Quays is out of the ground

27 Mar 2012

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MAB Corporation has started building The Quays, its new 617-apartment, twin-tower development on the corner of Docklands Drive and Harbour Esplanade.

MAB has again teamed up with builder Brookfield Multiplex and plans to complete the building late next year.

MAB chief operating officer David Hall believes The Quays will become an iconic address largely because of the lifestyle and social facilities it offers residents.

The ground floor features a health club and swimming pool, while residents will have their own club featuring a library, business centre, private dining room and cinema.

The podium will be crowned with an expansive roof-top garden adjacent to a tennis court, club house and barbecue facilities.

Mr Hall said more than 70 per cent of apartments had been sold.

“Buyers are attracted to the waterfront location and striking architecture on offer,” Mr Hall said.

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