Olio


From: $395,000

(Price at the time of listing. Please contact the agent for current pricing.)
  • 12 Apartments
  • Car parking available

Features

  •   2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartments available
  •   71m2 —101m2 apartments
  •   Internal skylights
  •   Gated, covered parking and storage
  •   Commercial rubbish including recycling and organic
  •   From $395,000
  •   Olio.co.nz download brochure now

Information

Olio is Christchurch’s hottest new apartment development, positioned right in the heart of edgy Sydenham.

Blending modern, stylish living with shopping and dining; Olio creates a new benchmark for urban living in a highly desirable location just minutes from the CBD. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, open-plan living flowing through to ample terraces, light-flooded interiors, gated parking and storage are all on offer. Being elevated from street level, the apartments are private; while secluded rear courtyards are an additional feature of some apartments, offering your own green oasis in the city.

12 modern penthouse apartments overlook Sydenham’s hip Colombo St retail precinct, bringing New York-style living to Christchurch. Combining modern design and quality construction, Olio’s premium apartments offer sharp style and clever layouts.

You’ll be able to step out of your front door into the heart of bustling Sydenham, with the options you need for your morning caffeine fix, evening drink with friends or dinner and cocktails till late. Vibrant and diverse, Sydenham is home to a growing collection of boutique shops, cafes and bars, as well as The Colombo, Christchurch’s high-end boutique shopping and cinema complex.

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469 Colombo Street, Sydenham, Christchurch

Jeremey Kelleher