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Double Bay Dreaming…

By Danielle Banton

Double Bay or “Double Pay” as it is affectionately named by certain Sydneysiders, was once a quiet suburb, peppered with tree lined boulevards, grand residences, and a few rather high priced eateries but devoid of spirit and life.

In recent times, however, Double Bay has had a much needed revival with the arrival of new kids on the block;  the newly refurbished InterContinental Hotel with its vast rooftop bar (the perfect place to marvel at the Sydney sunset), Mrs. Sippy, Pelicano night club and  Sake, a superb modern Japanese eatery that some say surpasses even the famed Nobu, to name but a few.

Local area agent Gavin Rubinstein, Ray White Double Bay says, “Double Bay has become the place to see and be seen, attracting young, hip Sydney crowds”. He went on to say that property agents in the area are excited about Double Bay’s new residents and believe that they will further bolster the property market.

As summer approaches, make your way to the new rooftop bar at the InterContinental, have a drink, relax and enjoy the spectacular view.

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