How Aura by Aqualand takes advantage of the transformation of North Sydney

Situated at Walker Street, Aura enjoys a position in close proximity to leading schools, beautiful walks and cultural icons

How Aura by Aqualand takes advantage of the transformation of North Sydney
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Aura by Aqualand, a multi-billion dollar transformation of North Sydney, introduces a new way of living in this new CBD precinct.

An ideal location for the next generation of homeowners, businesses and visitors, North Sydney hugs the Sydney Harbour and the city’s heartland precincts.

Situated at Walker Street, Aura enjoys a position in close proximity to leading schools, beautiful walks and cultural icons.

Aqualand calls this a “new era” for North Sydney, with plans for the area visionary in their scale.

This includes 19 key projects in the area delivered by government and private investment, representing an addition of more than 17,000sqm of new parks and plazas.

“These visionary new public spaces reveal a dynamic cosmopolitan lifestyle woven into lush greenery and sun-lit corridors”, Aqualand Australia note.

Designed by Woods Bagot and Richards Stanisch, Aura will deliver a 28-level tower which will comprise a mix of 386 luxury residences, retails, dining precinct, and commercial spaces.

Extensive resident amenities are also on offer, including pool and gym, dining and entertaining area and outdoor barbecue facilities.

Aqualand's recently launched hospitality arm, Etymon Projects, has also been engaged on the project to manage a providore, artisan bakery and a contemporary Japanese eatery.

Residents will benefit from decade-long plans designed to transform North Sydney, including a large investment in green spaces and entertainment precincts, and a new pedestrian space on Miller Street.  

Between Berry Street and the Pacific Highway, the closure of Miller Street gives room for a 7,450sqm public plaza outside the Victoria Cross metro station.

Other transformations include the conversion of the tramway viaduct to create a large active recreation space and an upgrade to Primrose Park.

This includes four new tennis courts, a barbeque area and a children’s playground, while the city will also see new laneways running between buildings and vibrant cafes.

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Max Kwok

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Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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