With Mastery by Crown Group, luxury soars to new heights. Stunningly appointed studios, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom and penthouse apartments are the crowning glory of a vibrant new precinct. With exceptional culinary offerings, shops and amenities, Mastery offers everything needed for effortless luxury living. Mastery by Crown Group will comprise 374 luxury apartments across five buildings, ranging 6 to 20 storeys and a mix of restaurants, cafes and shops.
This iconic five-building precinct has been designed exclusively by three outstanding architects, the world renowned Kengo Kuma, Koichi Takada and Silvester Fuller. Crown Group is proud to have three architecture firms involved in this landmark development in Waterloo.
A collaboration of the highest order, the five-strong collection of masterful buildings and the community it cultivates will fast become the beating heart of Waterloo.
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Display centre available to view from 10.00am - 4.00pm daily. Display Address 30-36 O'Dea Avenue, Waterloo
Enquire Now at crowngroup.com.au/mastery or call 1800 931 680
Features include: Air conditioning,Ensuite,Floorboards,Gym,Alarm System,Intercom,Built in wardrobes,Internal Laundry,Cable or Satellite,Gas,Broadband internet access,Dishwasher,Balcony / Deck,Garden / Courtyard,Swimming Pool
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