All Projects

Glebe Commercial (Commenced 2014)

The Development of Mezzo was carefully staged to facilitate the continued operation and satisfaction of the existing tenant throughout the redevelopment. Stage 1 involved relocating the company into temporary expanded premises with the construction and fit-out of 1,800sqm of space within the existing buildings onsite.

Stage 2 involved the construction of 4,000sqm of new floor space over three levels in the podium of the new development. The result was a complete turnkey solution for the tenant.

Macquarie Park Village (commenced 2015)

Oakstand has partnered with Stamford Land Corporation to deliver one of Sydney’s largest apartment projects in one stage. Macquarie Park Village (MPV) is a mixed-use project comprising 700 apartments located in Macquarie Park. The project is within short walking distance to Macquarie University, Macquarie University train station and Macquarie Shopping Centre.

Situated on a 2.24-hectare site, the project incorporates seven (7) residential towers from 8 to 22 storeys, comprising a total of 700 apartments along with ground-floor commercial / retail suites. The 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments include sweeping district and city views and are accompanied by a private residents’ gym, entertaining facilities, a resort-style heated 25m pool and communal landscaped gardens with tree-lined pathways.

MEZZO, GLEBE (Commenced 2014)

Oakstand has partnered with La Salle and Denwol to deliver Mezzo which comprises 4,000 sqm of commercial space, 740 sqm of retail, 19 affordable apartments and 188 beautifully appointed 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments capturing dramatic northerly views of the city skyline, Wentworth Park and Anzac Bridge.

Mezzo is being constructed over 2 stages (Stage 1 completed in mid-2017 and fully occupied with Stage 2 under construction).

Conceived to appeal to an urban-loving demographic, the apartments enjoy a particularly central and convenient location. Mezzo is surrounded by Mirvac’s Broadway Shopping Centre, three world-class universities, the Sydney Fish Markets, Light Rail, Star City, Chinatown, the recently complete Sydney International Convention Centre (ICC) and the Sydney CBD.

 

Spring cove (Completed 2016)

Spring Cove Estate is a limited collection of 38 dwellings on Sydney Harbour, in Manly. The development includes 16 apartments, 5 town homes, 5 homes and 12 land lots. Spring Cove is unique in that it offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to live in a luxurious coastal masterplanned community fringed by Sydney Harbour and Sydney Harbour National Park creating a place which delivers a benchmark lifestyle that coexists with sensitive ecosystems.

Marketing commenced in September 2013 with the opening of the onsite display apartment. The apartments sold out in 8 weeks, the town homes presales were achieved within one month of launch and the homes and land were sold over a two-year period from April 2014 to March 2016

Epping Town Centre (Commenced 2013)

The Epping Town Centre redevelopment is one of eight current Urban Activation Precincts and the Epping Town Centre precinct will play an important role in meeting Sydney’s future growth needs through the creation of a high quality urban town centre. The revitalised precinct, with capacity for around 3,750 new homes, is within a 10-minute walk of existing public transport, employment opportunities and local services. The proposal aligns with the $550 million Hills M2 upgrade, and $8.3 billion North West Rail Link.

Setai (Completed 2013)

Setai is a stunning 3 level residential seaside retreat with uninterrupted ocean views. Designed by local architect Gartner Trovato Architects and Landscaping design by Jamie Durie Designs, each apartment has been planned to provide maximum functionality and is stylishly open planned for entertaining in complete comfort. The apartments have been awarded energy efficiency star ratings of 7.5 stars and include a number of environmental and sustainability features such as east / west facing apartments and wide frontages providing excessive natural light and cross flow ventilation.

Double Bay (2010 – 2013)

Oakstand negotiated and acquired these assets in 2007 as a distressed asset sale and undertook a strategic review of the land working closely with Woollahra Council and local residents to increase FSR controls from 0.625.1 to 2:1. Oakstand were instrumental in achieving a successful Development Application for the master plan of 65 residential apartments comprising of studios, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments over 3 separate buildings.

Hilton Resort and spa port Douglas (2007 – 2013)

Oakstand were responsible for managing the development process from site identification, negotiation and acquisition with mortgage, investment capital and concept scheme and development approval for a 253 key, fully strata titled 5 star resort with associated auxiliary facilities; including day spa, conference rooms, restaurants, cafes, pools, gym and kids club.

Princes Highway, Rockdale (2009 – 2012)

A 1807m2 site located 250m from Rockdale train station gained Development Approval from Rockdale City Council for 76 residential apartments and 565m2 of retail with basement car parking. The site was sold in 2012.

Coogee Bay Hotel (2009 – 2012)

Oakstand were engaged by the client as development managers and client advisors for the master planning and redevelopment of the Coogee Bay Hotel. Comprehensive market assessment and liaising with the broader community, Chamber of Commerce, Councils and Department of Planning were conducted to identify a potential development outcome.

Langley Road port Douglas (2008 – 2011)

Development consent was achieved for the construction of 24 luxury beachfront villas with community facilities located near 4 Mile Beach in Port Douglas. Oakstand were involved with the development process from joint venture negotiations and concept schemes in conjunction with hotel operators.

Elizabeth Bay (2009 – 2012)

Oakstand were engaged in 2009 by Denwol Group Pty Limited as Project Manager to deliver 4 premium apartments in Elizabeth Bay overlooking Sydney Harbour. With a project value of $28m, the apartments were constructed behind the classic ART Deco façade of Belltrees and feature housed sized apartments close to the vibrate Potts Point village.