HOME789 presented Twilight Party in Hurstville ATO building last Saturday to celebrate Hurstville iconic landmark - GrandH, with more than 200 clients present.
Twilight party was jointly presented by HOME789 and developer DeiCorp/UFN. It was a great evening with more than 200 attendees, some of them have changed their observant attitude into actions, resulting in record-breaking number of EOI submission on-site compared to previous events.
HOME789 invited many of its clients to the rooftop party before the demolition of Hurstville ATO building in two weeks' time.
Hurstville ATO building was officially occupied sixteen years ago, with more than 500 employees on the site. Due to the disagreement between the building landlord and ATO regarding lease extension, ATO decided to move out of its Hurstville building. DeiCorp, the owner of Hurstville office building site, will introduce GrandH with 369 apartments.
This event was supported by HOME789 CEO Walton Chu and John Vamvakaris, Marketing and Business Development Manager of DeiCorp. They both gave a talk at the beginning of Twilight Party. All the attendees enjoyed exquisite Canapé, drinks and live band performance while communicating with HOME789 senior consultants. Later, consultants brought clients up to the 25-metre high rooftop for the breath-taking panoramic city views, north to Sydney CBD, south to Royal National Park, west to Georges River and east to Sydney airports. One of our clients, Ms Zhang told us after Twilight Party, that though she has lived in Hurstville for 6 years, she has never seen a view as beautiful as this.