Sun Property Group head back to Mosman to deliver their latest set of residential apartments

A mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments will be on offer, ranging from 80 sqm to 125 sqm internally.

Sun Property Group head back to Mosman to deliver their latest set of residential apartments
Render of the proposed apartment building at 64-66 Spit Rd, Mosman. Credit: a+ design group

The now national apartment developers, Sun Property Group, are heading back to Sydney’s Lower North Shore for their latest residential project, with plans submitted for a nearly 1600 sqm site in Mosman.

The group has previously developed in the area, with their award-winning central junction apartments, Ashton - which were named in honour of artist and teacher Julian Ashton – also in Mosman, along with projects across Cremorne, Lane Cove and Willoughby.

SPG’s latest acquisition at 64-66 Spit Road is the home of the old Mosman Post Office, which will be transformed into 34 luxury apartments, along with retail tenancy space.

Sun Property Group head back to Mosman to deliver their latest set of residential apartments

Render of the proposed apartment building at 64-66 Spit Rd, Mosman. Credit: a+ design group

Sydney-locals, A+ design will handle the design of the mixed-use site that SPG say will be developed to suit the owner-occupier and local business owner.

A mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments will be on offer, ranging from 80 sqm to 125 sqm internally.

Each adjoins to generous winter gardens, which have been designed as an extension of the living spaces, so that views and outdoor living can be maximised.

Crowning the building will be a communal residents’ area, complete with dining space and seating areas, basking in landscaped gardens and greenery.

Sun Property Group head back to Mosman to deliver their latest set of residential apartments
Render of the proposed apartment building at 64-66 Spit Rd, Mosman. Credit: a+ design group

The $28 million project will add to a growing list the group currently has in their pipeline.

Currently under-construction and designed again by a+ design, SPG will soon deliver a collection of apartments to Lane Cove, with, Lane Cove Central, along with 19 two and three-bedroom apartments at Neutral Bay with, Bala.

SPG recently branched out into the Melbourne market with Euroka in Toorak, one of Melbourne's blue chip suburbs.

Euroka is inspired by Melbourne’s iconic Roy Grounds House – once home to one of Victoria’s most influential modern architects.

The renowned architect and design firm, Carr Design, has created the 10 luxury apartments, which includes two ultra-luxury penthouses.

They have another site in Toorak at 226-228 Williams Road which will also home a boutique apartment project.

Earlier this year they secured a Chatswood site with a view to create two towers and around 180 apartments.

Alison Warters

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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