freeman apartments
14 of the 46 apartments will be dual key. Image Supplied.
  • ADC_'s Freeman consists of 46 apartments
  • Believed to be the first residential and short-stay address in Australia
  • Development includes 14 dual key apartments

Boutique developer ADC_ in conjunction with national short-stay rental specialist MadeComfy, have launched what they describe as Australia’s most flexible property investment opportunity at Leighton Beach, just north of Fremantle.

Launching this Saturday, 8 May, ADC_’s Freeman consist of 46 apartments located just 200 metres from the sand of Leighton Beach. The project is believed to be the first residential and short-stay address in Australia; apartment owners have the option to reside or rent out their apartments either short-term or long-term using MadeComfy’s property management service.

With apartments ranging in size from 43sqm to 120sqm and a price range of $299K to $1.1 million, ADC_ Director Adam Zorzi said the flexibility and affordability of Freeman’s is likely to attract significant demand from buyers.

“Freeman is certainly one of the most compelling and versatile residential and lifestyle investment opportunities seen in the Western Australian market, and as far as we are aware the first of its kind in Australia.

“We’ve collaborated with internationally renowned and locally respected MJA Studio and short-stay specialists MadeComfy to identify a product that delivers on versatility, convenience and lifestyle. 

Adam Zorzi, ADC_ Director

Freeman includes 14 dual key apartments, which allows owners of these apartments to either set up their apartments as a two-by-two or one-bedroom apartment with a studio apartment that can be accessed separately.

“Freeman is a unique and truly versatile long-term investment product which we absolutely know will appeal to savvy investors.  It also delivers significant benefit to the WA tourism market offering the only new short-stay accommodation on the coastal stretch of Perth’s Western Suburbs,” said Mr Zorzi.

MadeComfy co-CEO and co-Founder, Quirin Schwaighofer, said their partnership with ADC_ marks their expansion into Western Australia.

“Currently there is much positive sentiment around Perth as a holiday destination and the demand for short-stay accommodation far outweighs that which is available.  

“With no other short-stay beachside accommodation of note between North Fremantle and Scarborough, and a global shift in demand for larger, serviced apartment style accommodation since COVID, Freeman is an ideal opportunity for buyers and investors to capitalise on the strong demand for short-stay rentals in desirable holiday locations. ” 

Quirin Schwaighofer, MadeComfy co-CEO and co-Founder

Along with being located near the beach, North Fremantle train station and the surrounding Leighton Beach/North Fremantle precinct are located near the apartments. A rooftop pool, lounge, and terrace with ocean and river views are also notable features of the building.

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