The Development of Mezzo has been staged to facilitate the continued operation of the existing tenant The Australasian College (TAC) throughout the redevelopment.
Oakstand have undertaken development and project management of the fitout of both the temporary and permanent premises for TAC. Stage 1 involved relocating the College into a temporary expanded premises with the construction and fitout of 1,800m2 of space within the existing buildings onsite. Stage 2 involved the construction of 4,000m2 of new floor space over 3 levels in the podium of the new development. Oakstand is undertaking the project and development management of the integrated fitout ensuring a complete turnkey solution for the Tenant. Total project value $10m
Macquarie Park Village is located 17 kilometres north-west of the Sydney Central Business District and close proximity to Macquaire Business Park and within 300m to Macquarie University, Macquarie University train station and Macquarie Shopping Centre. Situated on a 2.24 hectare site Macquarie Park Village accommodates seven residential towers ranging in height from 8 to 21 storeys. The seven tower buildings comprise a total of 640 apartments with ground floor commercial / retail areas. The accommodation mix of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments provide sweeping district and city views and are accompanied by a private residents gymnasium, entertaining facilities, resort style 25m pool and surrounded by communal landscaped gardens with tree lined pathways.
Designed by Allen Jack + Cottier architects and delivered in two concurrent stages, Stage 1 and 2 are currently under construction.
Mezzo comprises of a mix of brand new 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments located in Bay Street, Glebe offering stunning views of the City, Wentworth Park and ANZAC Bridge. Centrally located, the apartments are a stone’s throw away from Broadway shopping centre, 3 world class universities, the fish markets, light rail, Star City, Chinatown and the city centre. Designed by award winning architects CHROFI and KANNFINCH, these north facing apartments are due to commence construction in early 2015.
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.