Mixed-use development site in Sydney's inner west listed

Mixed-use development site in Sydney's inner west listed
Mixed-use development site in Sydney's inner west listed

One of the first mixed-use development sites in Sydney’s Inner West suburb of Burwood within The Parramatta Road precinct is set to hit the market through Savills.

Located at 318-324 Parramatta Road, the site has four separate lots accommodating three detached commercial dwellings situated on nearly 3,664 sqm of land.

The sale is being managed by Neil Cooke, Stuart Cox and Johnathon Broome of Savills Australia.

The site will be sold through an expressions of interest campaign closing November 15.

It benefits from being situated within the finalised Parramatta Road Urban Transformation Strategy carrying with it a proposed maximum height limit of part 21 metres and part 24 metres; a part 2.1:1 and part 2.4:1 FSR and a part B4 Mixed Use and part R3 Medium Density Residential zoning which lends itself to a premium mixed use development subject to council approval.

It is close to transport and the local business hub.

The elevated nature of the site provides the property with panoramic district and city views to the eastern elevation and Blue Mountains views to the western elevation, via a redevelopment of the site, according to the agents.

There is potential for 8,404 sqm* of Gross Floor Area (GFA), 8,016sqm* of Residential GFA and 375sqm* of commercial/ retail GFA, according to Savills. 

A concept scheme has been prepared for the property allowing for 104 residential apartments and ground floor retail space.

The three-detached single storey commercial/light industrial dwellings all with associated on-grade hard stand parking currently return $359,767 per annum of gross holding income. 

Each of the three properties will be offered for sale subject to ‘Going Concern.’

Mixed-use development site in Sydney's inner west listed

The Greater Sydney Commission, which manages the Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program, will work with the six councils to deliver the projects in partnership.

The Greater Sydney Commission’s Chief Commissioner Lucy Turnbull AO said the projects have strong community support, according to a recent NSW Government press release.

“As Sydney grows, it will be more and more important that we enhance the liveability of our suburbs by creating great spaces where people will want to live and work and are encouraged to get out and walk or cycle or relax in well-designed opened spaces,” Turnbull said.

Stuart Cox said Burwood is a well-established suburb which has developed into a mixed commercial and residential precinct and hence a lot of interest was expected from high net worth investors and developers.


Savills Development Site


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