Kogarah and Homebush in line for further apartment projects

Kogarah and Homebush in line for further apartment projects
Kogarah and Homebush in line for further apartment projects

Two expanding Sydney suburbs are in the process of attaining planning permits for apartments projects that will further bolster their respective development credentials.

CBD-based Lateral Estate and design firm Urban Link are behind both projects which are currently available for public viewing, yet both projects have taken differing planning paths to date. Lateral Estate during April lodged intentions for a 1,347 square metre site at 32-38 Montgomery Street, Kogarah.

Expected within the Stanisic Architects-designed 13 storey building are 74 apartments.

Kogarah and Homebush in line for further apartment projects
32-38 Montgomery Street, Kogarah. Planning image: Stanisic Architects

Colliers moved the site on late last year via s ales campaign, with the exiting four level commercial and residential building likely to make way for Lateral Estate's development. Carrying a development cost north of $31 million, the project consists of one and two bedroom dwellings.

Also included is an expansive rooftop terrace and staggered green internal courtyard.

Lateral Estate's Kogarah project is in addition to recent apartment developments across Liverpool, Carlingford and Erskenville. The developer also has an extensive list of forthcoming apartment developments, plus a site in Melbourne's Fishermans Bend which is slated to carry a high-rise project.

Kogarah and Homebush in line for further apartment projects
32-38 Montgomery Street, Kogarah. Planning image: Stanisic Architects

Homebush's 40-42 Loftus Crescent has taken a differing planning path, with its latest iteration coming after an initial 2016 submission.

Design practice Urban Link Architects is driving an expanded apartment offering for the project with additional floors boosting the intended apartment count to 88. The development finds itself in an increasingly popular apartment strip around the Loftus Crescent/Bridge Road intersection.

The project's 88 apartments are split between 17 single, 67 double and 4 triple bedroom options, with 12 adaptable apartments rolled into the revised design.

At the time of its submission during 2016 the Homebush application was headed by Multipower Group.

Kogarah and Homebush in line for further apartment projects
40-42 Loftus Crescent, Homebush. Planning image: Urban Link

Mark Baljak

Mark Baljak

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