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Neighbourhood

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    NOMAD

    FOOD & DRINK

    This recent addition brings a note of cellar door style to the heart of Surry Hills, serving up a locally sourced, fully seasonal Mediterranean-style menu, accompanied by a delectable all-Australian wine list that’s both environmentally responsible and a treat to the palate.

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    BILLS

    FOOD & DRINK

    The middle child of Bill Granger’s celebrated restaurant franchise,the laid-back bills has become a brunch phenomenon, with legendary breakfasts against which all other Sydney cafes are measured.

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    MOVIDA

    FOOD & DRINK

    There’s tapas and then there’s MoVida. Melbourne’s iconic eatery opened its doors in Surry Hills in 2012, bringing its distinctive take on Spanish cuisine to Sydney’s foodie scene. Settle in and enjoy a banquet straight from the streets of Barcelona.

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    CROWN STREET (DINING)

    FOOD & DRINK

    Running like an artery through the centre of Surry Hills, Crown Street is a vital dining and bar destination, overflowing with eateries and nightspots. From the award-winning Gelato Messina and the mouth-watering dishes served up at Yachiyo Japanese, to the essential rustic Italian cuisine of Essenza.

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    PARAMOUNT COFFEE & GOLDEN AGE CINEMA

    FOOD & DRINK

    Experience the magic of cinema in an elegant, 1940s-inspired setting. Founded in 2013, Golden Age Cinema has taken over the screening room of the heritage-listed Paramount Pictures building and transformed it into a ravishing art deco bar and cinema.

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    BOURKE STREET (CAFE)

    FOOD & DRINK

    Bourke Street Bakery began with a little corner bakery in the winter of 2004. Founders Paul Allam and David McGuinness were bakers and chefs who shared a love of good food and an appreciation for community.

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    QVB

    DESIGN & FASHION

    This iconic Sydney heritage building contains some of the best boutique shopping in Sydney. The building boasts tenants such as Joe Bananas, Salvatore Ferragamo and Bally.

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    SPENCER & LYDA

    DESIGN & FASHION

    Local favourite Collector Store is a carefully curated assemblage of chic fashion and quirky homewares. Rare objects and iconic brands are sourced both globally and locally, with a good representation from many Australian designers.

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    THE COLLECTOR STORE

    DESIGN & FASHION

    A shrine to visual form and functionality, this homewares showroom offers furniture, feature lighting, upholstery textiles, rugs, soft furnishings, bed, bath and accessories. Meticulously designed, Spence & Lyda is a gallery of the everyday items that complete our lives.

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    COOK & PHILIP POOL

    AMENITIES

    'Located right by St Mary’s Cathedral, just a quick stroll from your apartment, this centre is open all year round and features a 50-metre main pool, dedicated leisure pool (with wave machine) and a hydrotherapy pool, as well as full-size gym with cardio and weights studios.

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    CENTRAL STATION

    AMENITIES

    One of Sydney’s landmarks, Central station is a key transport hub for buses, coaches and trams. One of Central’s most impressive features, the Grand Concourse boasts a monumental arched roof remaining since it’s opening in 1906.

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    HYDE PARK

    AMENITIES

    Just 200 metres from the apartments lies Australia’s oldest park, and one of its best known. With 16 hectares of open green space in the heart of central Sydney, hundreds of shady trees and wide grassy expanses make this a perfect spot to spend a lazy afternoon.

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LIVING AT THE EDGE

Just walking distance from Sydney’s CBD and Surry Hills’ thriving community of cafes, bars and independent boutique stores, this is a vibrant intersection where inner-city verve meets suburban sanctuary – a one-of-a-kind locale where work and play rub shoulders.

One of Sydney’s most vital cultural hubs, Surry Hills has a little something for everyone: from fashion and cuisine to arts and parkland. You can work hard and party hard in Sydney’s small bar capital, or hit the yoga studios at the crack of dawn. Take brunch at 11am and tapas at 11pm. Read a book under the shade of Sydney’s oldest trees. Go for a run through Hyde Park, the Domain and Botanical Gardens. Go shopping at high-end boutiques. There’s cricket in the summer, football in the winter – with the SCG just minutes away – and there are art galleries all year round. What’s more, you can take all of this in without ever once setting foot in your car.

But when you do need to venture further afield, you’ll find no shortage of transport options. Leafy sidewalks and generous bike lanes sit side-by-side with uncluttered roads and quiet laneways.

With Central Station just a short walk away and buses everywhere you look, the whole city is your oyster – whether you’re headed to the airport or the beach, it’s just a 10 minute drive either way. Stylish, vibrant and convenient – this is inner-city living the way it’s meant to be.

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DISPLAY GALLERY
COMING SOON

To book a viewing please call or enquire above

1800 705 711
1

NOMAD

FOOD & DRINK


This recent addition brings a note of cellar door style to the heart of Surry Hills, serving up a locally sourced, fully seasonal Mediterranean-style menu, accompanied by a delectable all-Australian wine list that’s both environmentally responsible and a treat to the palate.