Conquest on course for its Strathfield apartment intentions

Conquest on course for its Strathfield apartment intentions
Conquest on course for its Strathfield apartment intentions

Apartment developer Conquest is on course to realise a new vision for its segment of the Strathfield Golf Course redevelopment.

Having already taken the project to site works, Conquest is seeking council consent in order to replace two approved residential buildings with fresh Woods Bagot designs. Charged with creating a superior residential outcome, Woods Bagot has removed part of Building B's footprint and added additional residential levels above.

The design enhancements over the existing approved buildings are set to yield improved solar access and additional open space between both buildings.

Conquest on course for its Strathfield apartment intentions
A reworked Centenary Drive outlook. Planning image: Woods Bagot

Taken to market as The Greens, Conquest will bring to fruition the apartment development across a re-zoned land plot which included the former practice fairway, clubhouse and car park which was sold by Strathfield Golf Club during 2015.

Conquest's initial plans included 178 apartments, with the Woods Bagot scheme bumping the number marginally upward to 183. Bulk excavations for basement levels have begun in earnest for The Greens although its exterior composition is subject to final approval.

82 apartments are slated for Building A whilst 101 are housed within the taller Building B. The overall development mix consists of 2 studio, 15 single, 139 dual, 17 triple and 2 quad bedroom apartments.

Despite the planning manouvre, Conquest has noted the development is expected to be complete by mid 2020.

Conquest on course for its Strathfield apartment intentions
Early marketing render for The Greens. Image: Conquest

One of a number of Sydney clubs that have sold down their land holdings in order to attain financial security, Strathfield Golf Club sold more than 20,239 square metres of land for  $50.5 million.

Wedged between the gold course proper and Strathfield South High School, the easternmost portion of the sold land is under the control of Metro Property Development. 50 lower density townhouses are nearing completion, with the higher density Conquest apartments on the western portion of the site. 

The three and four bedroom luxury townhouses overlooking Strathfield Golf Course are known as Fairway Residences.

Conquest on course for its Strathfield apartment intentions
The townhouse aspect is all but complete. Image: Metro Property Development

Mark Baljak

Mark Baljak

Mark Baljak was a co-founder of He passed away on Thursday 8th of November 2018 after a battle with cancer. He was 37. Mark was a keen traveller, having visited all six permanently-inhabited continents and had a love of craft beer. One of his biggest passions was observing the change that has occurred in Melbourne over the past two decades. In that time he built an enormous library of photos, all taken by him, which tracked the progress of construction on building sites from across metropolitan Melbourne.

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