Shortlisting units in Ultimo

Ultimo, UTS student

There’s a nice buzz heading down Quay Street in Ultimo toward UTS. You’ll find a young university crowd grabbing coffees at one of the suburb’s funky new joints, or some noodles in nearby Chinatown, or they’re just milling about in the sun on the way to class. For a student or recent grad seeking an interesting and upbeat inner-city vibe, Ultimo and Haymarket seem like really attractive options.

What’s the rent?

Median rent on a one bedroom unit is $575 per week. (REA Group)

What’s the price?

Median price on a one bedroom unit is $661,500. (REA Group)

It’s the inner city, you’ll pay for more space!

Median rent on two bedrooms jumps significantly to $750 per week, which is a bigger leap than in other Sydney suburbs and well above the city’s inner-city median of $685, as per NSW government numbers in March.

Omnibus Lane, Ultimo. #sydney #sydneystreets #sydneylanes #ultimo

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SHORTLIST for late Aug / Sep

To rent:

$540 per week for a studio on Jones Street

$620 per week for a one bedroom on Mountain Street

$670 per week for a renovated one bedroom on Jones Street

To buy:

$305,000 for a small loft on Broadway

$670,000 for a one bedroom on Mountain Street

$730,000-$760,000 for a one bedroom on Jones Street

Coffee at Coop and Cart, Haymarket. #coopandcart #sydney #sydneycoffee #sydneycafe #sydneylife #haymarket

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Ultimo street. #ultimo #sydney #sydneyarchitecture #sydneylife #sydneyneighbourhoods #sydneyterraces

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