GWH is in the final stages of completing Lake Macquarie's tallest building.
Highpoint Apartments at 2 Charles Street in Charlestown is also the tallest residential development of GWH's 20-plus years and will reach 165 metres above sea level.
Work on site commenced in November 2018 with completion of the structural build last September. By Christmas last year, the external facade works were underway, with GWH beginning to unveil the building with the removal of the top floor scaffolding.
With the scaffolding being removed floor by floor, the expansive views have been unveiled. Highpoint's crown, a 90 square metre Rooftop Terrace with indoor and outdoor spaces, captures Redhead Beach to the south, Dudley Beach to the east, Stockton sand dunes to the north and Mt Sugarloaf to the west.
GWH sales and marketing manager Matt Waddell said only a select number of apartments remained with 80 per cent now sold. He said remaining apartments offered a variety of price point, aspect and size.
"Purchasers investing in Highpoint have been from across the Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and Hunter region, largely with intent to make it their new home, and have often been sold by the stunning outlook, value and convenience of lifestyle on offer," Mr Waddell said.
"The dual aspects of Highpoint's apartments escalate what are generous-sized floor plans, and each has an abundance of natural light; all key points for our purchasers to date choosing Highpoint."
With an expansive three-bedroom floor plan, Mr Waddell said apartment 1601 was one of three remaining three-bedroom apartments and, while all apartments offer dual aspects, 1601 on the penthouse level captured 180-degree views.
With completion due in April, GWH reported the level of enquiry has increased and confirmed confidence in Highpoint, GWH and the local market.
With many floors of near complete apartments, GWH is opening Highpoint for inspection. A complete and fully furnished display apartment is open to view today from 10.30am until to 11am.
The Rooftop Terrace is also all but complete and GWH managing director Jonathan Craig said it would be a space that added an unrivalled dimension to apartment living.
"The Rooftop Terrace was designed to allow residents the best opportunity to take in the 360 degree views, all-year round," he said.
"Combine this area with the barbecue and Entertainers Terrace on the podium level and we have been able to enhance the level of lifestyle that is on offer when living at Highpoint."
GWH is currently on site with three residential developments, Highpoint, Sky Residences in the Newcastle CBD and at 121Elder in Lambton and have a number of commercial projects continuing.
They include 9 King Street in Warners Bay, which is under construction, Macquarie Tower in Charlestown awaiting Development Application approval and Newcastle's Darby Plaza.