O’Connor said he feared sales interest in 45 Park, which went on the market earlier this year, would fall away because buyers would be unwilling to pay stamp duty that was not required in the CBD.
“At the end of the day the people we’re targeting are owner-occupiers who won’t go into the city to live, but who will buy property in our location before the city because it’s a car dependent backwater location. So that’s the area we’re going to hurt on.”
There I fixed it for him.
What's vastly superior about it? No real close by services within walking distance, other than the pub.