Rare off the plan apartments and townhouses set for $85 million Dural mixed-use development

Chris Paunescu of CHRISP Consulting said the apartments and townhouses will offer quality lifestyle options that are much needed in the area

Rare off the plan apartments and townhouses set for $85 million Dural mixed-use development
The future Skyline Dural development. Image supplied

The Sydney-based developer Image Property Developments has been given the green light to push ahead with stage one of their $85 million gateway development in the popular suburb of Dural, in Sydney's Hills District.

The Hills Shire Council granted a 'deferred development consent’ for the first stage of Skyline Dural, a gateway development at 488 Old Northern Road Dural, Round Corner.

Skyline Dural will see a number of apartments and townhouses developed in the second and third stages, a rarity for the suburb which is littered with sprawling mansions on acreages. The second and third stages are yet to be lodged to the local council.

The first stage will see a two-storey retail and commercial building developed, with views to the Blue Mountains, as well as a public plaza.

The building will include a supermarket and retail outlets including specialty stores and restaurants, giving buyers in the latter stages already established amenity on their doorstep.

The frontage to Old Northern Road will see large road improvement, with two lanes each way, a new bus layback, new traffic lights, and dedicated turn lanes.

Rare off the plan apartments and townhouses set for  million Dural mixed-use development

Part of AUS Group, Image Property Developments are currently developing The Bond in Norwest, in partnership with Mulpha, which is set for completion in 2022.

Chris Paunescu, of CHRISP Consulting, who is project managing the design on behalf of Image Property Developments said the apartments and townhouses will offer quality lifestyle options that are much needed in the area.

“The tri level designer townhomes (with optional elevators), spacious apartments with rooftop terraces and exclusive restaurants extending the public plaza are part of stages two and three," Paunescu said.

“The investment in improving transport infrastructure at the southern entry to Dural village, particularly with the intersection, will improve traffic flow significantly.”

“Image Property Developments are locals to the area and are committed to creating a vibrant lifestyle hub for Round Corner Dural, with quality shopping, hospitality and commercial facilities, providing a place to live, meet, dine, and shop all with unobstructed views to the Blue Mountains."

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 new developments across the country

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