Atelier, Leichhardt's most exclusive new address, taking registrations

Atelier, Leichhardt's most exclusive new address, taking registrations
Atelier, Leichhardt's most exclusive new address, taking registrations

Atelier, a bespoke development billed as one of Leichhardt's most exclusive new addresses, is taking registrations of interests.

The development, marketed by Savills on behalf of construction company Ceerose, will pay homage to the existing heritage at the Jarrett Street site.

Atelier will retain the façade of Gina's Bakery, with the shed and chimney reinstated.

Behind the facade it will feature 36 new signature residences across two seperate five and six storey buildings, connected by a common landscaped courtyard.

Atelier, Leichhardt's most exclusive new address, taking registrations

Ceerose managing director Edward Doueihi said the site always had potential.

“When we purchased the site, we knew it had the potential to be crafted into something distinctive for Leichhardt’s neighbourhood," he said.

"Renowned firm, Giles Tribe Architects has designed an exclusive development that many generations will be proud to call home.

"Their ability to combine heritage elements with contemporary design, has created an exemplary piece of architecture that will become a legacy for the Leichhardt area.”

Danny Yeung, director at Giles Tribe Architects, said a zinc and terracade facade against traditional brick render, gives an innovative, distinctive and rhythmic appearance to Atelier, and compliments the industrial heritage of the area.

The residences have city views from the living and external balcony areas, with the majority north facing to maximise natural sunlight.

The open courtyard draws additional light into the homes. Both buildings also share a common rooftop terrace.

The apartments will feature polished concrete floors in the living and dining areas, complemented by timber finishes in the kitchen.

Atelier, Leichhardt's most exclusive new address, taking registrations

The project has 12 one bedroom apartments, 7 two bedrooms, 12 two bedrooms plus study, 4 three bedrooms and one three bedroom plus study apartment.

Prices start at $760,000 for a one bed plus study (51 – 66 sqm), two beds start at $1.129 million (75 – 92.2 sqm), 2 beds plus study are priced from $1.125 million (82 – 92.2 sqm), 3 beds start at $1.985 million (111 – 148 sqm) and the three bed plus study is priced at $2.599 million (154 sqm).

Completion is expected in 2019.

Ged Rockcliff, head of residential for Savills Australia, said Ceerose is known for developing quality projects.

"Atelier will continue to grow the company’s excellent reputation for developing desirable places to live," Rockcliff said.

"The heritage aspect, close proximity to Norton Street and the city as well as superior craftmanship will ensure strong buyer interest.

"Downsizers as well as second and third home purchasers are expected to buy a beautiful residence in one of Leichardt’s most desirable new addresses - Atelier.”

Atelier is a short 100 metres walk to Norton Street with its many cafes and restaurants, and the bus stops on Parramatta Road and Norton Street are within a 50 to 100 metre walk.

Several schools and universities including Sydney University and the University of Technology are within a three to four kilometre radius from Atelier as well as the White Bay Power Station area, which is about to undergo a major multi-million dollar transformation.

The NSW state budget has set aside $123 million to create new village-style urban plazas, express bus lanes and cycleways along the length Parramatta Road (20 kilometres). Eight rejuvenated centres are planned along the corridor to complement existing suburbs, including Leichhardt.

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