Adelaide CBD is rapidly transforming into a vibrant hub of inner-city living, embracing the allure of modern lifestyle. Luxurious apartment blocks now grace the skyline, and with ongoing developments, the heart of Adelaide is becoming an exciting place to call home. We sat with Cynthia Sajkunovic, one of Adelaide’s leading sales consultants. In this exclusive interview, Cynthia unveils the secrets that make Adelaide CBD a unique and sought-after locale.
How would you describe the current situation of the Adelaide CBD real estate market?
City real estate is going from strength to strength. The cost of living is creating greater demand to live in the city, particularly for those working here. The ease of enjoying entertainment, shopping & parks are very appealing. There is a myriad of property styles to choose from in the city, as there are different locations within the city.
What advice do you have for property buyers in Adelaide CBD?
Research different parts of the city and choose wisely. There are different locations, all offering something different for everyone, e.g., parklands, central city, or the vibrant west end.
For homeowners in Adelaide CBD, what are your top tips?
Keep the property well maintained and upgrade facilities where required – it’s money well spent, as the return will be valued.
What advice would you offer to investors considering entering the Adelaide property market?
I live in the city of Adelaide & have investment properties across the city. The return is excellent, and there is always demand – a sure bet!
Can you recommend any hidden gems in Adelaide CBD?
The city’s west end is becoming increasingly vibrant – a good mix of cafes, restaurants, bars & boutique shopping. All areas of the parklands are attractive, along with Hutt Street.
What interesting market trends do you foresee in Adelaide CBD for 2024?
There is strong demand for cottages, two-storey townhouses, and houses – they are tightly held.
Are there any underrated neighbourhoods or properties in Adelaide CBD that buyers should consider?
Potential warehouse conversions and older style two-storey townhouses, offering great potential to renovate.
Lastly, what’s the best place to grab a bite in the city?
This is a difficult one …. there are so many. Fugazzi in Leigh Street is a personal favourite.
And your favourite coffee spot in Adelaide CBD?
Lot 10 in Market Street (off Gouger St) – a taste of Italy!