The new Waterfall by Crown Group residential development, featuring Australia’s tallest man-made waterfall, was unveiled at an exclusive black tie event at the Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park, on Wednesday 17 May 2017.
More than 2,000 guests were invited to the exclusive unveiling of the new Waterfall by Crown Group development including: City of Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore; Prince of Malaysia HRH Tunku Naquiyuddin; Princess of Malaysia HRH Tunku Hayati; Crown Group Chairman and Group CEO Iwan Sunito; Crown Group CEO Paul Sathio; supermodel Paula Verhoeven; former Channel Nine The Block stars, Shannon and Simon Voss; model, Rachael Finch; and former Miss Universe Australia, Laura Dundovic.
Guests were treated to the exclusive unveiling of the Waterfall by Crown Group project model and the visionaries behind this unique 331-apartment
One of the highlights of the night was a surprise performance by ARIA-award winning Australian songstress, Jessica Mauboy.
The $400-million development will be on a 1.2 hectare site at 18-20 O’Dea Avenue Waterloo. Designed by SJB Architects to bring the tropics to the city, the development will have four towers ranging from seven to 20 storeys with 331 apartments.
The waterfall feature, that will be on the side of one of the seven storey towers, was inspired by the world’s largest indoor waterfall in Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay Cloud Forest Conservatory. The development will also contain other waterly features, such as ground-level water gardens with a recreation deck, a rainforest-inspired bamboo-covered walkway and an infinity rooftop pool.
it will also have other resort-like residential facilities such as a cantilevered gym, a function room, a music room, retail outlets, a rooftop lounge and panoramic views of Sydney’s CBD.
For more information about Waterfall by Crown Group, go to: http://waterfallbycrowngroup.com.au/