Quantify has today signed an agreement with NSW-based The Stable Group, which will see Quantify’s products specified and installed in 18 luxury townhouses in Sydney’s northern beaches suburb of Newport.
It follows on from signing an agreement with ACT-based 3 Property Group last week, which will see Quantify’s devices installed into at least 53 townhouses in Canberra.
Quantify’s inclusion in Stable’s 18-townhouse project comes after a successful installation at The Burcham in Rosebery, NSW, which is Stable’s most recent award-winning development. Harvey Norman Commercial Division now occupy a permanent display apartment in The Burcham featuring Quantify’s devices.
Founded in 2003 by Danny Flynn and Ed Horton, Stable is an innovative, award-winning Australian development and property services company with a vision to challenge convention and create smart, vibrant, and environmentally sustainable developments.
Danny Flynn said Quantify’s products would reinforce Stable’s philosophy, which is to create world-class projects that deliver financial, environmental, cultural and communal benefits to every stakeholder.
“Quantify’s smart home solution has worked very well at The Burcham and we are confident it will assist us in our mission to redefine the future of design innovation and sustainability,” he said.
Quantify’s CEO Brett Savill said it was a positive deal to announce heading into the new year, with the installations set to take place in 2020.
“We are delighted to continue our relationship with The Stable Group, with the inclusion of our products in these 18 smart and sustainable luxury townhouses,” Brett said.
“Stable are leading the way in innovation and we look forward to helping them further differentiate their properties.”
The announcement comes just days after Quantify announced a major order agreement with ACT property development business, 3 Property Group, alongside Harvey Norman Commercial Division. It is the third major order distributed via HNCD, since it announced its initial stocking order of $500K in May 2019.
This was originally published as an ASX Announcement, which can be found HERE.