Deicorp start constructing The Anders apartments, part of mixed-use Ashfield development

The residential component of the redevelopment will be known as The Anders, and will comprise 88 apartments designed by Nordon Jago.

Deicorp start constructing The Anders apartments, part of mixed-use Ashfield development
Deicorp start constructing The Anders apartments, part of mixed-use Ashfield development

The Polish community has long been associated with the inner-west Sydney suburb of Ashfield, going back to the end of the second world war, shortly after the Polish settlers arrived.

Over the years, The Polish Club has evolved and has become a landmark in the area on its Norton Street site.

Now Deicorp, in partnership with the Polish Club, will transform the site in to a mixed-use precinct with a brand new club which will cover more than 1,800 sqm and will home a number of bars, restaurants, a meeting room and facilities for club members.

The residential component will be known as The Anders, and will comprise 88 apartments designed by Nordon Jago.

The Anders is named after Polish General Władysław Anders, who was a prominent military leader in the Polish army during the Second World War.

Deicorp's Robert Furolo says there will be interest from two broad groups, people for whom Ashfield is a priority, and people who want to live the inner-west lifestyle.

"It's an accessible entry point for those who many not be able to find something in Stanmore or Petersham," Furolo suggested.

Furolo says there's not a lot of competition around Ashfield.

"The Anders presents a good and rare opportunity to secure an apartment in a new building so close to the town centre."

Deicorp’s founder and managing director Fouad Deiri said how proud he was that Deicorp was a trusted partner of so many community clubs and was able to help them deliver the facilities they couldn’t deliver by themselves.

“We are very excited about this partnership with the Polish Club of Ashfield and we’re looking forward to delivering another outstanding result for a great community organisation.” Deicorp’s managing director Fouad Deiri said.

“This project will provide great new facility for the Polish community as well as a beautiful residential apartment with all the benefits of Sydney’s Inner West lifestyle.” Mr Deiri added.

About the developer

This project takes to nearly 2,000 the number of apartments currently under construction by Deicorp across Sydney and continues the company’s focus on transport-connected developments.

Founded in 1999. Deicorp first entered the Sydney development scene in Newtown with a three storey residential development. Since then they've delivered over 8,000 apartments, 150,000 sqm of retail and commercial suites and has over $2.5 billion of work in the pipeline.

Deicorp recently topped out Highline, the first stage of their Greater Western Sydney project Westmead Rise.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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