Mishon Mackay New Homes is delighted to report selling out on several developments in and around the city during 2017.
Sales manager Sara Van Loock says: “2017 has been a successful and very satisfying year. We have sold out at developments at every price range, which shows that New Homes buyers are appreciative of the style, price and quality of the properties we have been marketing. We maintain complete commitment to our developer clients and landowners from the land sale right through to the completion of the last unit; from introducing the site to the market, then offering advice and support on the unit sales at every stage. I think this relationship is key to a development’s success.”
For example Aria, the last of three spectacular homes at Baobab’s RIBA award-winning development in Brighton’s Withdean Road has sold, completing this site for which Mishon Mackay Land originally acted for the landowner.
To the east of the city, in Rottingdean, Azure sold out in August, with the completion of the last penthouse. This superb, award-winning Art Deco inspired development of apartments has involved a technical build on the clifftops, and Mishon Mackay Land acted for the landowner and introduced the site to developers Generator Group.
To the west, just into Portslade, Rothbury Court sold out in October. This charming small development of city apartments has attracted young buyers and has been a success for developments Symbister Developments. Again, Mishon Mackay Land acted for the original landowners and introduced the site to the market.
Innings House, in the heart of Hove’s Palmeira Avenue, overlooks Sussex County Cricket ground, one of the oldest County cricket grounds in the country. The last apartment has now completed a beautiful penthouse with four terraces, completing this attractive and stylish development which Mishon Mackay Land introduced to London-based Cedarmill Developments.
In addition, in 2017 Mishon Mackay New Homes has sold the last two houses for Rydon Homes at Laytonfields in Hurstpierpoint, sold the last of the 22 flats at Martello Lofts and the last of 9 apartments at The Berkeley, both in West Hove, and the three substantial new homes in Hill Brow, Hove.