Uduya Point Apartments To Be Completed In 2019
Hari Punja and Sons Group in partnership with Pacific Building Solutions Ltd have announced its latest apartment project.
Uduya Point Apartments will be a bold, new foreshore apartment building with unobstructed views of Suva and beyond comprising of 26 Residential Apartments at Lami Waterfront.
The apartments, which present a spectacular view of Suva Harbour and the city skyline will be available on strata title.
The Apartments are designed for luxury living and are of a very high quality, with covered carports, resort type swimming pool and elevators, all within a gated complex with attendant security personnel.This a $21 million project and will be completed in August 2019.
To date, 20 of the 26 apartments have already been pre-sold.
A 10-minute drive from Suva Central Business District residents will enjoy freedom from the hussle and bussle of the city, arrive home to their own ocean front apartment and have access to all the major attractions of city living. Residents of Uduya Point Apartments are like-minded professionals who are excited about life and need a place to unwind and entertain. With outstanding ocean views and constant trade winds providing fresh breezes, Uduya Point Apartments will impress the most discerning buyer. A foundation prayer ceremony for the project will be officiated by Tara Punja, wife of Mr Hari Punja on Saturday at Marina Estates, Uduya Point Rd, Lami.
Uduya Point Apartments is located on Uduya Point, in Lami, a few minutes west of the city of Suva.
Lami is fast becoming the gateway to the west with new shopping centers, redeveloped hotels and desirable ocean front living on offer with easy access to Pacific Harbour and the west.
Lami offers a wide variety of specialists including doctors, chemists, shopping, public transport and is surrounded by some of the best waterways in Suva.
Apartments enjoy unobstructed island and city views, providing a unique outlook for residents and with direct access to the ocean.
Uduya Point Apartments will become a haven for boaties and water sports enthusiasts.
With a lock and leave feature, the 26 strata titled apartments are designed to suit profes- sionals who spend part of their time away on business or pleasure.
With security features including gated security at the front entrance to the Uduya Point community, as well as a gated security at Uduya Point Apartments, full perimeter fencing and security guards on site with CCTV surveillance, residents will feel safe and secure knowing their home is protected by onsite security and like-minded neighbours.
And for those who purely want to invest, it’s next to impossible to find brand new water- front investments yielding a high rental return, with capital appreciation expected to continue to rise at around six per cent per annum.
As a solid investment, Uduya Point Apartments offers a unique opportunity to put your hard earned money to work for you.
An investor packet is available upon request detailing the expected financial performance of each unit.
The exterior of the building will feature rendered concrete walls, glass balconies, aluminium wood feature panels and a unique offset building form.
The construction materials were selected with durability and low maintenance in mind and to resist the natural effects of ocean front living.
Residents will enjoy a resort style pool, pool cabana for entertaining friends and family and a waterfront location like no other.
Architecturally designed spaces meet function and dynamic living by providing –
- Open kitchen, dining and lounge areas
- Generous balconies with endless ocean views
- Large glazed windows and doors providing natural light, ventilation and stunning views
- Spacious bedrooms with built wardrobes and master bedroom with ensuited bathroom
- Imported kitchens with stone bench tops
- Stainless steel appliances
- Air conditioning
- Feature lighting
- Timber style vinyl plank flooring with no maintenance
- Allocated car parking
- Walk in showers (as per plan)
- Glass louver windows for breeze and ventilation
source: PBS/Fiji Sun 27 April, 2018