Dee Why Grand


Dee Why Grand plaza

Artist's impression of Dee Why Grand at Sturdee Parade, Dee Why

Dee Why seems to have always been the “poorer cousin” of its neighbouring Manly. Both suburbs have beautiful oceanfront views and vibrant cafe and restaurant strip that really comes alive during weekends. Hitherto, Manly have powered ahead of Dee Why over the last 20 years in terms of residential, commercial and retail property development and is also known to be a big attraction to local Sydneysiders and tourists alike.

However, things appear to be changing with the launch of Dee Why Grand, an integrated residential, commercial and retail development in the heart of Dee Why commercial precinct along Pittwater road.

Location

Dee Why Grand is located at the corner of Pittwater road, Sturdee and Pacific Parades and is approximately 800m from the cafe and restaurant strip along Dee Why beach. Approximately 22km north from Sydney CBD, Dee Why is known for its beautiful beach, rockpool by the sea, beach and surf culture. The development is approximately 10km and 22km south of the northern beaches of Mona Vale and Palm beach respectively.

There are local retail shops, butcher, newsagent, post office and banks along Pittwater road directly opposite the Dee Why Grand development.

Dee Why Grand

Dee Why Grand

Artist's impression of Dee Why Grand at Sturdee Parade, Dee Why

The Dee Why Grand development is designed by project architects Marchese & Partners and Fitzgerald Bennett along environmentally sustainable principles and developed by Southern Cross Project Group. It consists of 161 units of studio, 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments. It also has 34 retail and commercial lots which include Coles, Harris Farm Markets and a Liquor Superstore. It will also be the site for the refurbishment of the iconic Dee Why Hotel.

Dee Why Grand’s facilities include an indoor swimming pool, gymnasium and a 3,000sqm internal landscaped garden area. Approximate strata levies per quarter for the modern 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are $730, $950 and $1,100 respectively. The favoured north and north east aspect of Dee Why Grand look towards the sea whilst the west end of the development front Pittwater road.

Most apartments have courtyards and balconies for entertaining and outdoor living. The interiors are designed by leading Australian designer Meli Studios ensure a quality, modern and contemporary style of finishings with premium kitchen

Dee Why Grand is giving potential investors an offer of only $10,000 to exchange contract off the plan. The development is scheduled to be completed around June 2010.

More information about Dee Why and price comparisons of suburbs in the Northern beaches.

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