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Old November 30th, 2019, 07:19 PM   #1
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Proposed | BURWOOD | 28, 28A-30 & 32-34 Victoria Street | 30st/101m | Residential

The proposal is for a mixed-use development comprising commercial, retail and office tenancies catering to a range of local and specialist businesses in a 3 storey podium, together with modern, affordable residential units in a slender tower form above.

The proposed built form has a total of thirty (30) levels. The podium offers a total of 6,296m2 of gross floor area (GFA) for retail and/or commercial uses. The remaining twenty-seven (27) levels represents a residential tower comprising of 179 one, two and three bedroom dwellings. Three (3) basement levels provide a total of 318 parking spaces for residents, employees and visitors, together with storage and waste facilities.

Public domain enhancements are a defining feature of the proposal, with a safe, high amenity pedestrian through site link providing a continuous pathway between George Street and Victoria Street. The link has been designed to integrate with the site immediately to the west, as well as a recently approved development to the rear. A flexible meeting space has been provided on the podium level adjacent to the communal open space for use by community groups.















This new development could be a game-changer for Burwood, which we have been waiting for so long.

I believe, it will significantly enhance the overall design and quality of Burwood apartments and will improve the image of this developing business centre of Inner West.
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Old December 1st, 2019, 10:36 AM   #2
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It looks too good for Burwood. It doesn’t respect the neighborhood character.
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Old December 2nd, 2019, 07:04 AM   #3
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nice biggie for beautiful burwood
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It looks too good for Burwood. It doesn’t respect the neighborhood character.

Well......That is what you expect to see when one suburb's economy develops.
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Old December 3rd, 2019, 11:32 PM   #5
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Is this a DA (compliant) or a planning proposal?

In any case... the style of building is very un burwood (in a good way). If it turns out similar to the render, it will be a great addition to the skyline. Hopefully this doesnt just turn out to be another pre-cast panel with paint slapped on mess like the rest in burwood...
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Old December 4th, 2019, 10:40 PM   #6
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architects?
link to DA?
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Well......That is what you expect to see when one suburb's economy develops.
Burwood Road is still a cesspit of retail and dodgy asian restaurants in run down cockroach infested buildings.
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Old December 7th, 2019, 10:11 AM   #8
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Burwood Road is still a cesspit of retail and dodgy asian restaurants in run down cockroach infested buildings.
That basically sums up every retail strip in Sydney outside the inner city areas
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That basically sums up every retail strip in Sydney outside the inner city areas
I doubt it very much.
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Old December 10th, 2019, 08:30 PM   #10
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jackiechan-any link to the da docs ? ive given up.really appreicate it
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Love love love the brick podium!!! So happy this is becoming a new trend now, looks so much better than just paint or concrete. Beautiful
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It'd be a thin brick veneer on concrete
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Of course, load bearing brick masonry walls haven't been a thing in Australia for decades. Behind the façade of most contemporary brick structures, from domestic housing to public buildings like the Chau Chak Wing and Phoenix Gallery, there will inevitably be a structural frame of timber, steel or concrete. Brick nowadays is almost always merely a veneer.
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^yes the 80bathurst st tower had panels hoisted up in 3mx3m segments of brick walling.
i just think its a great finish and seems more permenent then concrete or glass
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