Central Real, the Central Coast development company owned by BRW rich lister Tony Denny, have started marketing their latest luxury development — a four-storey block that includes three boutique buildings across a large corner block of Albany Street.
As Sydney is experiencing a plateauing of its property market, McGrath Central Coast has conversely reported continued strong demand and results.
The Central Coast property market continues to speed ahead, as new data reveals it is the only Sydney region forecast for positive growth.
Sydney house prices will fall 5.1 per cent this year, and then tread water in 2019 with only a 0.6 per cent gain, according to forecasts by Moody’s Analytics and Corelogic.
Former used car salesman turned millionaire Tony Denny is helping to drive first home buyers into the Central Coast’s booming property market.