Top Spring Australia unveil Greenknowe Avenue, Elizabeth Bay CWA redevelopment proposal

Top Spring Australia unveil Greenknowe Avenue, Elizabeth Bay CWA redevelopment proposal
Top Spring Australia unveil Greenknowe Avenue, Elizabeth Bay CWA redevelopment proposal

Emerging integrated property group Top Spring Australia has announced their latest project in the company’s Sydney portfolio, with the submission of a development application for a site in Elizabeth Bay.

Located at 11-13 Greenknowe Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, the disused 1,347 sqm site has most recently been occupied by SHMH Group Australia and is the former headquarters of the NSW Country Women's Association.

SHMH previously planned to develop the property themselves.

Top Spring Australia's plans for the site include the construction of a six-storey residential development comprising 30 luxury one, two and three-bedroom residences, above a single level of basement car parking accommodating 31 vehicles.

Sydney Ma, Director and General Manager of Top Spring Australia said, “as property in this suburb is traditionally very tightly-held, with very little new stock coming to market, we expect there to be significant interest in this project.”

With multiple smart and adaptable living spaces, including outdoor communal areas, Top Spring Australia hopes buyers will recognise the proposed residences. 

The project’s landscape architects Taylor Brammer have also curated a series of landscaped elements intended as an Urban oasis, with green walls and privacy screening, plus an outdoor entertaining terrace for residents with water features, a BBQ and a kitchenette, and a sensory garden with productive garden beds and in-built work pods.

A more detailed vision of the project will be released in the coming months, with expected completion by 2023.

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