Gladesville development site owned by former Sydney madam Jamelie Lahood listed

Gladesville development site owned by former Sydney madam Jamelie Lahood listed
Gladesville development site owned by former Sydney madam Jamelie Lahood listed

The Gladesville residential development site of the former Sydney madam Jamelie Lahood has been listed for sale.

Khoury & Partners agent Anthony Khoury says the 715 square metre property, now with lapsed development approval, “will be sold”.

Ryde City Council had granted conditional approval to develop a six-storey, 23-apartment complex on the Stansell Street offering which cost $2.85 million in 2015.

The adjacent service station on Victoria Road is also up for sale, so developers are working on the possibility of a consolidated site.

The neighbouring 2090 square metre site has been listed by Caltex through CBRE agent Mark Wizel and Stonebridge’s Lincoln Blackledge.

Lahood’s property portfolio has caveats on the titles from Fadi Ibrahim and the ATO.

Ibrahim is suing her after their business relationship had an unhappy ending, The Sunday Telegraph’s Snitch column reported recently.

Ibrahim claims she defaulted on a $2.5 million loan.

Lahood, who ran Camperdown bordello Stilettos for then-fiance Eddie Hayson, defends the matter in court next month.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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