Esprit Mascot is a mixed use, residential development located within the Mascot Station Urban Renewal Precinct. Esprit consists of 485 apartments across three 14 storey buildings, ranging from terraces to spacious two bedroom apartments. At ground level active retail space spills to a linear community park. Generous lobbies and internal walkways are punctuated by double […]
The Astor, a thirteen storey residential apartment building, has a prestige Macquarie Street address with commanding views of the Harbour and Botanic Gardens and 52 apartments when built in 1923. The building has high historic significance as an example of the initial development of residential apartments in Sydney as a prestige housing form.
Skye by Crown from Sydney-based property developer Crown Group, is one of North Sydney’s iconic apartment buildings. Skye is located at 211-223 Pacific Highway North Sydney, close to shops, transport and major employment hubs. Designed by Japanese-Australian architect Koichi Takada, the 20-storey building features 242 apartments, an expansive foyer, ground-floor retail outlets, a top-floor gym and infinity-edged […]
The Gazebo is situated in Elizabeth Bay, the heart of one of Sydney’s most diverse and historically interesting areas. Formerly the famous Gazebo Hotel, it is one of the most recognisable features of Sydney’s architectural landscape. The area is home to some of Sydney’s best restaurants, cafes, art galleries, bookshops and entertainment venues.
The Bay Pavilions is a large multi-unit residential project in Lane Cove, Sydney. Bay Pavilions is divided into 5 buildings comprising 273 apartments and 3 levels of underground basements. The 5 buildings range from 7-8 storeys with penthouses, and are divided by a common road.
109 Pitt Street, Randstad House, is a modern commercial building with six lifts and first class building services including an onsite building management service. Change Strata assisted with the rectification of the original owner’s building defects. The scheme is a 170 lot commercial development with 18 retail and underground car park.
Dee Why Grand is the first major retail and residential centre in Dee Why and includes a hotel, 170 residential apartments, 6,500 sqm office, large-format bottle shop, and three level basement car park.
The Hampton is an iconic Art Deco building that showcases the return of glamour to the the heart of Potts Point. Painstakingly and sympathetically restored by the Toga Group, the trophy building and inner city sanctuary includes 125 apartments, including four penthouses, and a mechanised stacking car park system.
Avanti by Meriton comprises of two 13 storey modern towers architecturally designed with 250 luxurious residential apartments, a retail shopping strip and a 40 place child care centre with a landscaped garden area nestled between both towers.