Written by Brendan Simpkins

Torrensville is set for a shakeup with the Tribeca Apartment block said to be the first of its kind in the blue chip suburb.

The four-storey project is comprised of 15 appartments, and has already had over 100 pre-registrations to take up residence in the boutique block.

Designed by Spectra Building Designers – a family owned business from the inner-west of Hindmarsh – alongside Bert Farina Constructions, a truly unique project has been created.

Director of Bert Farina Constructions, Anthony Farina, said in a statement that Tribeca Apartments presented a fantastic opportunity for the suburb on the City fringes.

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“Because this is the first of its kind in this area, we wanted to make sure this was something truly special.

“This will help create more opportunity for first home buyers to get into the beautiful suburb of Torrensville.”

Bert Farina Constructions specialise in apartment creation and project management, and Mr. Farina said the boutique firm wanted to create “something different.”

“From a design point of view, we really wanted to utilise fresh design aspects which encompassed great natural light as well as warm and inviting features such as floorboards and specific cabinetry,” he said.

“Building materials were picked specifically to mimic the style of bohemian New York style living, as we wanted to create something different to what is happening in Adelaide right now.

“It’s very boutiquey, it’s quite refreshing.”

The unique positioning of the Tribeca project means that each apartment has its own aspect – some have views of the CBD Skyline, while others overlook the urban sprawl of the North-West.

The ground level features low maintenance gardens with an exceptional entry foyer, lift and internal access from the car parking area, which offers 15 car spaces, 2 guest spaces and bike storage.

Sizing of the apartments also contribute to Tribeca’s uniqueness, with the largest apartment design being 88.96m2, which is larger than most.

Daniel Seach of LJ Hooker Mile End, the agent handling the sale, said in a statement:

“We have tried to be as inclusive as possible to the residents of the area.

“We completely respect that this type of development, being so new and fresh, may not be exactly what some want.

“However, we’re convinced this will only add to the overall appeal of the suburb and most residents will see the positive once construction is complete.

“The other main objective of this project is to make it as inclusive as possible for first home buyers, as Torrensville is fast becoming a “boom” suburb.

“A large positive is that the 30% of the building that is already sold, has been sold to owner-occupiers.”

Prices start from $395K, and registrations can be completed at