HALF A dozen people have already secured their apartment at the city's newest mixed-use towers.
The Riverside Apartments will offer 67 residential units, ranging from one, two and three-bedrooms, with two penthouse suites and three commercial ground floor spaces.
The multi-million development is designed by local firm GPG Architecture & Design and its apartments will range from $465,000 to $1.25 million, depending on size and views.
Fitzpatricks Real Estate opened a display office this week and director Shaun Lowry said there has been a positive response from the community.
"People are walking past on their way to get coffee or lunch, people are calling in and having a look ... that sort of person who's walking around is the lifestyle this appeals to," Mr Lowry said.
"It's an integration of recreation and the business professional and that is why the location is so good.
"We've got a selection of choices for those people who buy early, with different colours, examples of the flooring, wall, carpet, tiles and then also the fixtures, taps, shower heads and some appliances."
Mr Lowry said interest has largely come from those looking to downsize, in the next few years, and investors.
"People like that they can commit to something new, secure their apartment and then move when they're ready," he said.
"A lot of people go through that decision process and it takes them a while to leave their family home.
"The other inquiry has been from investors for Airbnb or rentals or those who just come to town for a couple of days, for medical or perhaps legal reasons."
Those wanting to secure an apartment are required to pay a $1000 deposit, which will allow them to review the contract and raise any questions.
"It's funny what some people want: some don't want to be over a certain height, others want a particular aspect and some people have a particular layout," Mr Lowry said.
"One lady based part of her decision around the car park being close to the lift, so she wouldn't have to walk too far, but she also loved the north-eastern view.
"We've had some strong inquiry on the two penthouses."
The display office will remain open, between 11am to 3pm Tuesday and Friday or by appointment, for at least a year or until the apartments have sold.
Exhibition at Wagga City Council has closed and Mr Lowry is expecting the final meeting with council in February will give the tick of approval.
There are 10 one-bedroom, 29 two-bedroom, 26 three-bedroom apartments and two, three bedroom penthouses for sale.