Residential site with approval in Sydney's Little Bay on sale with $280 million hopes

Residential site with approval in Sydney's Little Bay on sale with $280 million hopes
Residential site with approval in Sydney's Little Bay on sale with $280 million hopes

A waterfront residential development site on 11 hectares set in Sydney’s prestigious Eastern Suburbs has been listed for sale and is expected to sell for more than $280 million. 

Located off Anzac Parade in Little Bay, Little Bay Cove features more than 11 hectares of land including civil works complete along with masterplan development consent which allows for immediate commencement. All remediation, site works, roads, park landscaping and infrastructure have been completed. The site is fully serviced with all required amenities, including water, electricity and gas, according to a media release.

The sale, through an expressions of interest campaign launching February 28, is being managed by Knight Frank’s Tim Holtsbaum and Eugene Evgenikos along with JLL’s Ben Hunter and Sam Brewer.

Holtsbaum said the site is one of the last Eastern Suburbs coastal subdivisions available for development.

“We’ve seen some large residential site sale transactions occur nearby in the South Sydney market but nothing of this prestige, with the coastal lifestyle and beach views,” said Holtsbaum.

“We expect Little Bay Cove to generate significant interest from both local and offshore developers due to its unique characteristics. It is located just 20 minutes’ drive from the Sydney CBD, near all transport and amenity, and is nestled along Sydney’s iconic beaches, stretching from Bondi, Bronte, Coogee and out to Little Bay.”

Fronting Little Bay Beach, the site neighbours four of Sydney’s premium golf courses, including The New South Wales Golf Club, St Michaels Golf Club and the Coast Golf Club. Express bus and future light rail services provide convenient transport to the CBD.

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Residential Development Eastern Suburbs

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