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Old August 20th, 2015, 04:13 AM   #6841
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ROSEBERY

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1-3 Dunning Avenue
Fronts Epsom Road to Mentmore Avenue.

Architect: Stanisic Associates

Building construction now at full height.


Front to Epsom Road.


Façade detail on Epsom Road.


The garden space at the rear of the building, runs from Dunning Avenue to Mentmore Avenue.

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Old August 20th, 2015, 02:42 PM   #6842
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green square features a lot in this article...

Sydney’s apartment boom reaches record high with 2400 development applications lodged in July
aug 20 Central

The most prominent suburb for development is Green Square, which will be home to more than 54,000 people by 2030.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/new...-1227489612199

photo from article - An aerial shot of the construction zone at Green Square.

not sure how old this is brizer?

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Old August 20th, 2015, 02:57 PM   #6843
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geez once the town centre's done this area's gonna look like Singapore - nothing too tall but for Aussie standards unfathomably dense

But then again by the way things are going areas like these are gonna be popping up all around the city!

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Old August 20th, 2015, 02:59 PM   #6844
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Old August 20th, 2015, 03:27 PM   #6845
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Good one, upwards - and it's publication date is today so very fresh.

Image of Town Centre is recent if oddly coloured as indicated by the hole of Ebsworth, the advanced state of Ebsworth & Barker streets, the state of the future Green Square Plaza and the big pipes for flood control currently being installed across Epsom Park and the Town Centre.
Going gangbusters!

The area in the front of the pic is not part of the Town Centre which is an inexplicable oversight as the end at Botany Rd, O'Riordan St & Bourke Rd at the railway station is part of the Town Centre. The rest of the site to Johnson Street is rundown and derelict industrial buildings or being used for car parking so prime site for a DCP to be integrated into the TC. Oh, well...


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Old August 24th, 2015, 01:02 PM   #6846
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Projects & Discussion | GREEN SQUARE

Brizer, I presume commercial pressures will eventually mean that this derelict area will be redeveloped though. And I thought I had seen somewhere a new road (extension of one of the new streets) planned to extend across Botany Road into that derelict area?
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Correct. The plan, last time I read anything about it, is to extend Geddes Avenue west to O'Riordan Street, at least and possibly to Bourke Road. I think that is a very sensible plan as the former huge industrial blocks need to be made more permeable for potential mixed-use, new style business parks/small scale industrial and possibly some residential. That is according to Council plans but there is a new player with the recently proposed plan to wrest control of the Southern Employment Lands (Alexandria south of Botany Road & western Rosebery) from Council and to develop it more along the lines of the adjoining Green Square Urban Redevelopment Area, basically, more residential and retail than proposed by Council.


Geddes Avenue extends west (left) across those huge blocks to meet Bowden Street.

I have no idea how likely this is to happen but, as I said, it is eminently sensible.

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Old August 26th, 2015, 12:09 AM   #6848
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LACHLAN PRECINCT

DIVERCITY
830 Bourke Street
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FOOD RETAIL


Source: UrbanDeveloper

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South Sydney Ramps Up Retail Offerings

25th August 2015 | Category: News, NSW, Retail, Top Stories | Staff Writer
830-850 Bourke Street Waterloo_620x380

South Sydney is growing a significant precinct for ‘foodies’, with numerous high-end cafes, restaurants and food outlets already in place and with more to come.

“Divercity”, a significant Waterloo retail offering in the middle of South Sydney’s growing food-retail precinct, at 830-850 Bourke Street, has sold for $11.5 million.

Knight Frank’s Director of Sales and Leasing for South Sydney, Daniel O’Brien, along with Knight Frank’s Brett Burridge, Senior Director of Commercial Sales, managed the sale on behalf of Fortress / Goldman Sachs to an experienced private investor who has other properties in the area. Knight Frank is also managing the retail leasing process for the property.

According to Mr O’Brien, “The property at 830-850 Bourke Street sold in a week. We showed it to three local investors and the sale terms were agreed within seven days, before the property was slated to go onto the open market.”


The property at 830-850 Bourke Street features 18 retail shops varying in size from 50 square metres to 150 square metres, surrounding a plaza, with the potential for further subdivision or amalgamation.

The site includes five high-profile main road showrooms with exposure to Bourke Street, and also four two-level commercial suites with security parking that will overlook a park being developed on an adjacent site.

“The leasing campaign will start in late August. We are expecting interest from restaurants, wine bars, high-end cafes and quality food operations. Hurricanes committed to this site 12 months ago and is already trading exceptionally well along with the adjoining Sushi & More Japanese restaurant.

“The sheer number of sold and occupied apartments in the immediate area and its local residents practically guarantees success for these types of retailers,” commented Nick Sinclair, Associate Director of Leasing at Knight Frank, who will be steering the leasing campaign with Mr O’Brien.

“South Sydney has undergone a huge transformation in recent years. Within a five-minute walk from the new “Divercity” retail village is over 13,000 existing or currently under construction residential apartments.

“We expect that the restaurant and retailers that commit to this space will create a unique retail hub. This is the next step for the area, with numerous cafes already in place and now plans for more, to service the growing residential population,” said Mr O’Brien.
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Hurricanes trading well??? My sources tell me they are struggling. I think the Divercity retail location is hard for passerbyers to stop and get a bite to eat or a quick coffee. The parking around that location is terrible. Shoppers, diners or people having lunch need convenience so I can see that retail possibly servicing the residents inside Diversity & that’s about it. Not sure if it will draw people from Victoria Park (Zetland) or Rosebery when you have East Village with so many awesome food options.

Ribs & Burgers who was the initial cofounder of Hurricanes and parted ways has probably got a better location across from east village where you get the shoppers from centre & also an influx of residents from the massive population of Victoria Park.

I hear Ribs & Burgers Zetland is trading way above expectations.
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