Now Leasing: Luxury Waterfront Apartments and Executive Residences
The highly anticipated Uduya Point Apartments is nearing completion. The first units available for lease will be ready to occupy in early 2020. Uduya Point Apartments is a luxury waterfront building located at Uduya Point on the Bay of Islands, side of Suva Harbour. It comprises a total of 26 units. Coming soon to market and available for lease will be a mix of studio, one bedroom, two bedroom and three-bedroom units. These units will be fully furnished offering a contemporary blend of furniture and accessories imported from overseas.
The apartments will set a new standard of luxury waterfront living. With an undersupply of luxury apartments available, it is expected that interest in the apartments will be high with available units to be leased very quickly. Uduya Point apartments is a joint venture between Pacific Building Soultions and Hari Punja and Sons. Pacific Building Solutions is also nearing completion of Tamavua Estates, a boutique collection of four luxury residences in Tamavua.
These residences feature ample outdoor space for pets and children and come with a private inground plunge pool. Add to this, a double garage, commanding street presence and three bedrooms, the executive residences will be highly sought after in one of Suva’s top suburbs. With completion expected at the end of 2019, these residences will be offered to lease fully furnished with a modern tropical design. Furniture and accessories will be imported from overseas with items hand selected by an interior design firm. The residences will also include security features that meet the highest standards, ensuring a safe and sound place to call home. Both projects are being marketed by Blue Horizon Property Group, in conjunction with real estate agents specialising in luxury apartments and residences. These projects will showcase the shift in contemporary architecture and design that is providing a welcomed new streetscape in key locations in Suva.
Source: PBS, Blue Horizon Property Group and Fiji Sun