Alex Perry Residential in the Valley launched with great hype, and, according to hits on this blog, was of great interest to people looking to buy an apartment. The dreams and promises of 2011 may not come true. According to Property Observer:
"... the much touted Alex Perry Residential development, which hit the market more than two years ago complete with supermodels and paparazzi, continues to struggle with developer Chrome Property providing no update on off-the-plan sales to Colliers International. Colliers International records 40 apartments sold to date out of 143 for a project which was first marketed in May 2011 and is now being managed by property development services group Xede, after being re-jigged with three-bedroom apartments replaced with one bedroom apartments and more than half of the 143 apartments to be sold to investors as serviced apartments.
Xede managing director Rod Fiddler told Property Observer the project had received development approval with a builder appointed.
“Sales are continuing and we are progressing towards financiers’ pre-sales targets. We are not in the business of publicly declaring sales results as these are too often manipulated or misinterpreted," he said. “Construction is targeted to commence this side of Christmas with demolition as early as September 2013,” he said.