The Paragon of Pyrmont will be a residential name to remember when it officially completes construction in 2019.

Boasting serious luxury credentials, the slick apartment block is aiming to capture a slice of Sydney’s lucrative real estate scene with never-before-seen appointments set across a five-level terrace townhouse.

The most stunning feature is the private garage which has enough space for two cars, bikes, a 1,000 bottle wine rack, storage and more. Alternatively, owners with little baggage can opt to turn their garage space into a slick lounge with a car forming their centrepiece. And yes, there is a private lift to ferry occupants across the five levels if spiral stairs aren’t your thing (shame on you).

Other fine appointments include a 5.5m high hallway to greet guests complete with polished concrete floors. Meanwhile level 2 can be configured as a second bedroom or living room with allocations for a study nook and another private ensuite bathroom. Those in terraces 10 – 21 will also come with a private balcony connected to the main bedroom.

Stepping into level 3 will reveal the master bedroom wing which extends the full width of the terrace so that owners can use the entire floor plan to their liking. This level comes complete with stunning private bathrooms that feature circular bath tubs and Italian marble mosaics.

More living quarters spill into level 4 alongside the kitchen which boasts Rogerseller-style ‘touch activated’ cabi-netry to maximise all available spaces. Heading to the very top at level 5 will reveal a landscaping sanctuary in the heart of the city thanks to a gas BBQ and fridge set amongst the lush greenery and skyline views.

The people behind this bold project come from Thirdi Group who employed the architectural and design services of big name players, SJB. The developers are also currently in talks with Tesla to become one of the first Australian medium density developments to install ‘Tesla PowerWalls’ and ‘Tesla PowerPacks’. This feature will give owners the ability to store power and potentially return it to the grid for incentives.

We’ll be sure to keep a close eye on this one as it begins construction this month. Those keen can register their interest here.