Plans for $200 million North Adelaide mixed-use project

Plans for $200 million North Adelaide mixed-use project
Plans for $200 million North Adelaide mixed-use project

A $200-million mixed-use project combining residences, serviced apartments and retail is planned in North Adelaide, according to its application.

In a dress circle location on Brougham Place with views across the city, the more than 90 high-rise residences are intended to provide living and lifestyle retirement accommodation options through modern and spacious low-maintenance apartments.

The application also includes a 100-key serviced apartment building, ground floor retail, restaurants and cafes.

The planned project is in line with the state government’s plan to reactivate the Adelaide CBD and near-city suburbs such as North Adelaide by attracting more people to live and play in the city.

The two and three-bedroom apartments are expected to be priced mostly in a range of $750,000 and $1.5 million.

 “There are very few options for people in Adelaide’s fringe suburbs looking to downsize their family homes and move into a lock-up and leave lifestyle environment whilst staying close to the things they enjoy - and they’re the needs we’re looking to meet,” says architect Paul Pruszinski.

Pruszinski has previously worked with Adelaide heritage architect Ron Danvers on plans to reinvigorate old stone stables on Ward Street as a licensed café; develop a health and wellness centre on Ward Street; and reinvigorate a heritage-listed period home at 49 Marshall White Brighton as the premier residence in the complex. 

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