Investment | Arthouse Joondalup

An iconic first

Arthouse Apartments is the first of its kind in Joondalup, a bold and prosperous satellite city
within the Perth Metropolitan Area.

Joondalup is a thriving hub of innovation, investment and expansion, with funding for state-of-the-art infrastructure pouring in. As an investor, the short and long term growth of your investment is important, and you need to consider the wide range of factors that can potentially impact your capital returns.

Welcome to Joondalup

The City of Joondalup, one of the most populated local government areas in WA, stretches to cover 17kms of beautiful coastline that includes iconic beaches and marinas such as Hillarys Boat Harbour, Mullaloo Beach, Iluka Beach, Ocean Reef Marina, and Burns Beach.

With beaches so close, it's no wonder that surfing, diving and fishing are all top local pastimes. And let's not forget golfing, cycling and walking, all well catered for with the golf courses, cycle paths and scenic walk ways close by.

Perth's burgeoning northern corridor

  •  Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre second largest in the state

  •  Joondalup Train Station direct train access to the Perth CBD

  •  Central Area Transit (CAT) free buses around the centre of Joondalup

  •  Two hospitals (private and public) and a St John Urgent Care Centre

  •  Joondalup Sports Club local sporting clubs include netball, rugby, athletics

  •  Edith Cowan University named in the top 2.5% universities in the world

  •  Training Institutions including the West Coast Institute of Training and MITAWA

  •  Hillarys Boat Harbour WA's award-winning tourist attraction

  •  Aquarium of WA (AQWA) the largest aquarium and underwater glass tunnel in Australia

  •  Rottnest Island a 45 minute ferry to unspoilt beaches and Quokkas

  •  Yellagonga Regional Park natural wildlife including kangaroos around Lake Joondalup

  •  Iconic Beaches Mullaloo, Sorrento, Burns Beach and Marmion Marine Park nearby

Federal government funding
in the 2019/20 budget

  • Projects to bust congestion, improve safety and better connect towns/regions $1.6 billion

  • Metronet $2.3 billion

  • Perth Congestion Package $944 million

  • Urban Congestion Fund $122 million

    • Shorehaven Boulevard/Marmion Avenue Intersection, Alkimos $2.5 million

    • Transforming the Kwinana and Mitchell Freeways (including funding to widen the freeway between Hodges Drive and Hepburn Avenue) $50 million

Federal Government Budget 2019/20

State government funding
in the 2019/20 budget

  • Black spot funding for projects in the cities of Joondalup and Wanneroo
  • Yanchep Rail Extension $520 million

    • Provide 150,000 future Yanchep-Two Rocks residents another transport option

    • Stations planned at Alkimos, Eglinton and Yanchep

    • Work is expected to begin in late 2019

    • Project will extend the northern suburbs rail line to Yanchep
  • School Upgrades $14.1 million

    • A new sports hall/hardcourts for Wanneroo Secondary College $5 million

    • Works to facilities at Kinross College (8min drive from Arthouse) $2.5 million

    • A new early childhood facility at Kinross Primary School $1.6 million

    • Works on performing arts facilities at

      • Belridge Secondary College $5 million

      • Ocean Reef Senior High School $5 million

  • Health Funding $161 million

    • Redevelop Joondalup Health Campus (including an additional 90 public hospital beds, 30 new mental health beds, 8 new operating theatres, a stroke unit, a Medihotel, expanded emergency department, and a Urgent Care Clinic)

State Government Budget 2019/20

Local government funding
in the 2019/20 budget

  • Kiosks/Restaurants for Burns Beach and Pinnaroo Point $2.5million

  • Stage 1 upgrades at the Craigie Leisure Centre $2.4 million

  • Street Lighting (including the Joondalup City Centre Lighting project) $4 million

  • Various upgrade and refurbishment works at Percy Doyle reserve $1.8 million

  • Landscape master/preservation plans equipment (e.g. BBQs) $5 million

  • Streetscape enhancement/landscaping works (e.g. the Leafy City program) $1.3 million

  • Refurbishment and upgrade works at City owned buildings $3.3 million

  • Various road construction, drainage and other infrastructure including: $13 million

    • Blackspot projects at Ocean Reef Road and Hepburn Avenue

    • Warwick Road and Erindale Road intersection upgrade

    • Road preservation and resurfacing, local traffic treatments, stormwater drainage, and other infrastructure 

    • New footpaths, shared use paths and slab path replacements

    • Bridges and Parking facilities

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