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A sample of key transactions financed by Princeton

602-608 Princes Highway, Rockdale NSW 2216
Construction of 59 Apartments
73-75 Beattie Street, Balmain NSW 2041
Construction of 5 Terraces and One Penthouse
6-8 Vaughan St, Blakehurst NSW 2221
Construction of 32 apartments
Construction of eight luxury apartments and one shop.
134-138 Campbell Pde, Bondi Beach NSW 2026
Residential Development
Construction of thirty-six apartments and five shops.
1-5 Rancom Street & 1637-1647 Botany Road, Botany NSW 2019
Mixed Use Development
Construction of 161 residential apartments and 8 shops.
1 Villawood Place Villawood NSW 2163
Residential Development
Construction of a six-storey mixed commercial/ residential development comprising four commercial tenancies, twenty-five residential units and basement level car parking.
45 – 47 Peel Street Canley Heights NSW 2166
Mixed Use Development
Construction of a six-storey residential flat development comprising 55 apartments and basement car parking.
42 – 44 Lethbridge Street Penrith NSW 2750
Residential Development

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