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thanks to Upwards for this thread info
76-100 Church Street, PARRAMATTA

Demolition of existing structures and the construction and strata subdivision of a 39 storey 'Mixed Use
Development'

he lowest part of site is RL12m, top of plantroom RL141m
= 129m.
Interesting that this height is the old height limit of 126m. The height is taken from main entry which is RL!5m.
The proposal comprises of a five (5) storey podium containing
commercial/retail space on the ground floor with residential units and communal open
space above with a recessed residential tower element located above accommodating thirty
34 levels of residential units with 4 levels of parking accommodating 421 vehicles.

Glenn Gilsenan and Associates Architects have prepared the application; who were the
winning architectural practice of a Design Competition held for the site.

The proposed mixed use development includes a total of 1,258m2 of retail space and 364
residential units. The proposal has the following dwelling mix:

• 1 x studio/bedsit;
• 91 x 1 bedroom units;
• 256 x 2 bedroom units; and
• 16 x 3 bedroom units.








plans
http://eplanning.parracity.nsw.gov.au/Pages/XC.Track/SearchApplication.aspx?id=359081
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Where is the thread for the north gateway tower across the road? It's now selling apartments and signage is up around the development it now has name for the tower I'm sure they have a website too
 

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http://www.goodfood.com.au/good-food/food-news/gourmet-food-store-salt-meats-cheese-opening-in-parramatta-20150626-ghyn4u.html

Alexandria's gourmet food store Salt Meats Cheese will open in Parramatta, the booming western hub snaring a growing posse of big-name central Sydney food operators.

Lured by a combination of factors, including the residential apartment boom and a Parramatta City Council program attracting new businesses with cash grants, the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce also argues lockout laws have boosted trade as locals skip nights out in the Sydney CBD.

Unlike the slightly pruned Salt Meats Cheese store opening tomorrow in Mosman, SMC co-owner Stefano de Blasi says the Parramatta outlet will be the same size as its Alexandria HQ.

"Parramatta is about 4000 square metres, so it'll have everything," he says.

Salts Meat Cheese will join new Parramatta arrivals, including Jamie's Italian and Bourke Street Bakery.

"The area is really going ahead; it's going to be the new Martin Place," de Blasi says. Salts Meat Cheese will be located at EcoWorld's West Village development.

When it opens in 18 months, West Village will add another cluster of restaurants to the Parramatta CBD. EcoWorld isn't commenting on potential tenants, but word on the streets of Parramatta is a big-name dumpling house and a leading Thai restaurant are eyeing the development.
 

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The old building have been painted up and plastered with West Village stickers, and one of the shops has been converted into a showroom. Nothing exciting or photo-worthy but at least the selling process has begun.
 

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the lower end of street is still part of the podium which attached to the tower.
but ive sent enquiry to CTBUH with full set of plans and see what they think, due to your keen interest in the DA

 

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That entrance is RL 12.5 and looks like it only leads to the podium apartments/offices at that end of the building. It is not an entrance to the main tower.
 

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you can get access to tower foyer from the side entry too
 

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Yes the pedestrian walkway which is normal. Strange spot for loading bay. Watch for trucks
 
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