Quick reads & links: Ray White apartment auction results
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Ray White apartment auction results
4 of the 10 apartments auctioned at Ray White City Apartments’ regular session today were sold under the hammer. In addition, the auction of a Tower Hill unit was brought forward and it was sold. Results:
Scene 1, 2 Beach Rd, unit 1316, sold for $35,000 (remediation to be done), agents Chris Cairns, Steve Kirk & Habeeb Urrahman
Century on Anzac, 100 Anzac Avenue, unit 12A, sold for $316,000, May Ma & Mark Li
Grace, 70 Sale St, unit 909, passed in at $1.2 million, Krister Samuel & Damian Piggin
Volt, 430 Queen St, unit 1008, passed in at $340,000, Ady Huang & Dominic Worthington
Harvard on Hobson,147 Hobson St, unit GN, sold for $350,000, Rickus Moll & Damian Piggin
Zest, 72 Nelson St, unit 1333, passed in at $322,000, Judi & Michelle Yurak
Union & Co, 15 Union St, unit 707, passed in at $480,000, Ady Huang & Dominic Worthington
SKHY, 38 Khyber Pass Rd, unit 218, no bid, Adam Gurr
Queens Residences, 8 Airedale St, unit 1206, sold for $578,000, Chris Hu & Lisa Zhang
Newmarket, 9 Sarawia St, unit 408, passed in after bid at $300,000 & vendor raise to $500,000, Gabriela Galateanu & Justin Wu
Tower Hill, 1 Emily Place, unit 5I, sold for $275,000 at auction brought forward, May Ma & Mark Li