The veteran share tipster Angus Geddes has ramped up his property portfolio within his Potts Point neighbourhood.
The founder of Fat Prophets has emerged as having bought into Omnia, the new 19 level building opposite the King Cross Coca Cola sign.
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Costing $6.75 million off the plan, it secured a 207 sqm, two level apartment which spans two upper levels in the building developed by Greenland.
Located on the former Crest Hotel site at the intersection of Darlinghurst Road and Victoria Street, it was designed by Durbach Block Jaggers and SJB Architects with an hourglass facade.
Geddes who gives his address as a rental just opposite, founded Fat Prophets in 2000, having become an investor aged 13.
Steven Gregg buys into Double Bay
CALTEX Australia chairman Steven Gregg has bought in Double Bay, from Kiwi businessman Sir Owen Glenn.
He accepted $9 million for his Gladswood Gardens apartment, having initially sought $13 million early last year.
Glenn, former part owner of the New Zealand Warriors, paid $9 million for the triplex apartment in 2010. Laing + Simmons Double Bay agent Sally Hampshire sold the two-level apartment with three bedrooms and four bathrooms and interiors by Nick Tobias and Alexandra Kidd. Gregg also owns a Harbour-view house at Cremorne Point.
Tutu Du Monde founder nabs Bellevue Hill pad
TUTU Du Monde founder Andrea Rembeck has bought a Bellevue Hill apartment, on the back of a thriving business with tutu sales to the likes of A-list offspring Harper Beckham, P Diddy’s daughters Jessie and D’Lila Combs and Jackie O’s daughter Kitty.
It sits on the atop a boutique block of four, spanning 160 sqm with three bedrooms and a balcony with Harbour glimpses. An outdoor terrace flows from the open-plan living, kitchen and dining area.
Phillips Pantzer Donnelley agents Charlie Beaumont and Jason Pantzer have suggested a second level could be added.