Final residential development site in Sydney's Green Square Town Centre on market

Final residential development site in Sydney's Green Square Town Centre on market
Final residential development site in Sydney's Green Square Town Centre on market

The final development plot at Sydney's Green Square Town Centre has come on the market and will be being offered through international expressions of interest closing 30 August 2016.

The 811 Elizabeth Street Zetland site is 9,693sqm and zoned for mixed use development. It has three street frontages and market through Knight Frank’s Eugene Evgenikos, Tim Holtsbaum, Dominic Ong and Adam Bodon. 

The site is diagonally opposite the aquatic leisure centre, which will include a 50-metre outdoor pool set within a ‘beach pool’, indoor pools and gym, a park, native landscaping, and play equipment. 

Final residential development site in Sydney's Green Square Town Centre on market

Eugene Evgenikos, head of metropolitan sales, NSW, Knight Frank said the soon-to-be-completed 5,500 square metre Drying Green Park, Gunyama Park and the aquatic leisure centre, all located within a short walking distance, provide a remarkable point of difference and desirability for any ensuing development.

“The precedence for high-density development in the immediate vicinity of the new aquatic centre has been well established, with this site being the last piece of the jigsaw puzzle, the missing link, in connecting the boulevard through Green Square town centre,” he said.

The Green Square Town Centre development area is 278 hectares, and will eventually be home to 30,500 new dwellings. This includes approx. 10,000 now under assessment or construction. When fully completed after 2030, Green Square’s total population is expected to reach 61,000.

 

 

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Residential Development Green Square

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