Corsa Mortlake to launch this Spring – absolute waterfront luxury residences and marina
Sydney, 1 August 2023 – The Sydney International Boat Show begins this week on 3 August 2023 and is a reminder to boaties of good times ahead on Sydney Harbour.
However it is a reminder also of the chronic shortage of marina berths to accommodate the increasing demand particularly for larger berths.
While little precise data is available, a survey of marina operators around the Harbour indicates lengthy waitlists of boatowners seeking marina berths, particularly for larger boats.
Boating Industry Association President Andrew Fielding welcomed the integrated development aimed at incorporating convenient and safe storage of vessels on the harbour where demand for berths consistently exceeded availability.
“Sydney is home to one of the finest harbours in the world and a boat provides a unique means by which to enjoy exploring this waterway and sharing it with family and friends,” Fielding said.
The result is whenever marina berths become available, they are snapped up quickly.
Very occasionally marina berths attached to new residential developments come to market.
This spring 23 marina berths attached to a high end 20 apartment residential and marina development will be launched for sale off-the-plan.
Corsa Mortlake is an absolute waterfront residential development positioned on Majors Bay in Sydney Harbour in the inner-west waterside suburb of Mortlake, comprising an exclusive collection of only 20 luxury three-bedroom residences.
Immaculately designed by award-winning architects, SJB, the luxury sprawling residences capture uninterrupted panoramic water views, abundant storage, secure basement parking and a 23-berth marina which accommodates boats from 12 to 20 metres in length.
Claiming Mortlake Point’s last remaining foreshore position, along with a new private marina, Corsa Mortlake will offer harbourside living at its finest, developed by premium boutique builder / developer, Made Property.
Leading marina industry consultant who has designed the marina at Corsa Mortlake, Brett Bolton of Coriolis Marine said it is well known that Sydney Harbour currently has a significant shortage of marina berths in comparison to boating demand, especially for larger-sized boats.
“This will only get tighter as the industry continues to grow and there are limited opportunities in the Harbour to build new or expand existing marinas,” he says.
‘It’s extraordinarily rare to buy an off the plan waterfront apartment with the opportunity to acquire a strata-titled marina berth. This is what makes the offering at Corsa Mortlake highly exclusive.”
Soon to be approved, the marina has been designed to the latest Australian Standard and incorporates extra wide walkway, three phase power, water, CCTV and complimentary kiosk for the morning coffee before setting sail for a day’s boating on the Harbour.
Made Property Development Manager, Todd Moody said Corsa Mortlake will offer a truly exceptional boutique waterfront development ideal for local downsizers looking for the ultimate lifestyle investment potentially with the added convenience of mooring their boat at their residential address.
The project includes a marina with 23 berths that will initially exclusively be offered to purchasers. The marina will also include a small kiosk for takeaway coffee and food which will be available as a harbour destination where the boating public will be able use the venue for pick up and drop off.
To register for interest, please visit corsamortlake.com.au or call CBRE Residential Projects on 1800 662 590.
Note: The Sydney International Boat Show runs from Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th August at Darling Harbour.
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