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.
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.
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.
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.