When it comes to the latest apartment technology we’ve already done a lot of the hard work for you.
When it comes to urban sprawl, Perth has definitely been up there with the worst of them over the last couple of decades.
Beautifully designed and located in the middle of one of the city’s most up-and-coming neighbourhoods, there’s no shortage of reasons to want to score yourself a slice of the action at The Precinct in Mt Pleasant.
Stressed & tense looking real estate agents, worried sellers with property sitting on the market for too long at too low a price, tumbleweed rolling through through sparsely attended home opens - there’s no doubting that the real estate sector has been a bit grim over the last few years as WA’s economy ..
The results are in folks! See how the latest census data has confirmed Australia’s strong shift to apartment living here.
There’s a Perth real estate secret hiding in plain sight, and its name is Burswood. Nestled on the banks of the Swan river a stone’s throw from the beating heart of the city centre, it’s a surprisingly underrated area that allows residents access to an amazing, highly desirable lifestyle unavailable ..
Did you see the article from The West Australian's Real Estate lift out?
The mention of city based apartment living often conjures up images of high-flying urban socialites living extravagant lifestyles beyond the reach of us mere mortals, but the truth of the matter is that’s not necessarily the case. See why here.
Things sure have changed in Scarborough! In recent times the area has suffered from a bit of an image problem - it wasn’t what most people would consider classy or exciting.
The 3 rules at Norup+Wilson are location, lifestyle & luxury. See why it’s so important to us here.
There’s no escaping it, we’re living in the digital era. 21st century technology is an integral part of how we connect with our friends and family and also our homes. See how at Norup+Wilson we’re building this technology into your apartment.
Breaking the apartment mould - West Australian editorial about Norup + Wilson's apartments.