IDA MAKES HER DEBUT
Offering just 30 residences across six levels, IDA’s magnificent mezzanine designs and vast double-height voids offer an inspired vision for contemporary living.
Celebrated architects WMK have crafted these unique residences with an attention to detail that will impress the most discerning owner.
ELIZABETH BAY HOUSE
Just a short walk from IDA, Elizabeth Bay House is a truly magnificent 19th-century property and one of the many architectural jewels that characterise the area, boasting uninterrupted views over Sydney Harbour, an impressive colonial-era façade and stunning period features.
Romanesque style terraces with elaborate colonnaded verandahs and Greek Revival style town houses make Challis Avenue one of the most beautiful streets in the popular Potts Point neighbourhood. Locals flock here daily for their morning coffee and eggs while imbibing the gracious surrounds.
The Gunnery is a heritage building on Sydney Harbour in Woolloomooloo, close to the Art Gallery of NSW, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the galleries and colleges of East Sydney and Paddington. After extensive refurbishment by the NSW Government, the Gunnery opened in 1992.
The Macleay Regis was designed by the architectural firm Pitt & Phillips. They were prolific designers of apartment buildings and the Macleay Regis was one of their largest commissions.
Down the hill in Woolloomooloo, the historic Gunnery has forged new life as an art gallery and studio space. The site has a rich history as a former naval facility and later an artists' squat that hosted studios, performances and exhibitions in the 1970s.