Taking its name from the ancient Greek word for “perfect balance and harmony”, Phi comprises just twelve oversized apartments and brings together two seemingly contradictory attributes of place: diversity and unity.

Diversity is reflected in the differing layouts and distinctive personalities of the majority of apartments, which range from ground floor residences with extensive gardens on title, to higher level apartments with district views.

Unity is embodied in a community heart which binds residents together and generates the feel of an urban neighbourhood.

Phi nurtures the need for community, while maintaining the highest levels of privacy.

Rather than towering skywards Phi has been designed to embrace its corner location in a low-rise boutique form, that helps create a more ‘human scale’ than standard apartment blocks, and provides the perfect blend of practicality, artisan detail and traditional craftsmanship.

Secure underground parking with lockable garages, masterfully designed interiors, and large practical outdoor terraces are house-like features rarely available in apartments.

Phi will set a benchmark for quality and longevity in this much sought-after suburb.


Geometric lines, recessed elements and vast expanses of glass are the architectural hallmarks of Phi, with its façade visually softened by nature’s green tapestries draping languidly over balcony edges. Externally, moveable aluminium louvres reflect the transitional light of the day, giving Phi an ever-changing appearance.

The pet-friendly Phi has three garden apartments with up to 200sqm of landscaped outdoor space on title. This is a bonus for any project, but it is a particularly prized feature for one so close to a Lower North Shore shopping hub.

On the upper three levels are nine apartments, each with three well-proportioned bedrooms, a home theatre or media area and an extensive balcony. Careful acoustic planning means there is only one common wall between apartments, assuring occupants of a serene environment.