Brian Boyd - PAYCE Set to Transform Kirrawee Site
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PAYCE Consolidated Limited has announced the purchase of the Kirrawee brick pit site - The Kirrawee project is the latest offering from PAYCE - industry leaders in apartment development in Sydney
The site which has sat vacant for many years, will finally see a mixed use development incorporating retail and residential proceed. The approved concept plan for the site allows for 432 apartments in 9 buildings up to 14 storeys.
A further 15,230 square meters is assigned to retail and commercial space, offering owners and residents access to quality services on the site. Two supermarkets are included in the retail area and it is expected a series of specialty traders will be offered access to the development.
In line with PAYCE design concepts, the apartment buildings will be of a superior standard and surrounded by green areas and parklands.
Mr Brian Boyd discusses the Kirrawee Brick Pit development
PAYCE Consolidated Limited has announced that with the purchase of the Kirrawee brick pit site, the company one step closer to breaking ground on the new project.
"This site has everything going for it with its proximity to transport and existing facilities, not to mention beaches and the National Park," Mr Boyd said.
PAYCE Managing Director Brian Boyd sees the Kirrawee project as a tremendous opportunity to transform the site into a major urban hub.
Kirrawee - Benefits of the propsed South Village development
PAYCE's Managing Director, Brian Boyd said the $350 million urban renewal project, South Village, would transform the area into a vibrant, integrated community where people live, work and socialise in an enhanced and revitalised environment.
"it affords a unique opportunity to invigorate the whole area with a well-planned, high quality urban renewal project that will be of long-lasting benefit to the Sutherland Shire community," he said.
The plans provide for around 750 apartments spread over seven buildings of between seven and 15 storeys, and over 9,000 square metres of public parkland.
Mr Boyd said the proposed development had already attracted a lot of interest from people looking for quality accommodation in the Shire that meets a range of needs and budgets.
"The retail area located below the apartment blocks covers 14,190 square metres and is approved to include two supermarkets and a range of shops, such as cafes, restaurants and fresh food outlets."
"Our project will bring an extra supply of residential property to the Sutherland Shire that is close to public transport, shops and other facilities," he said.
"The apartments will comprise a mix of one, two and three bedrooms and will be commensurate with our high development standards within our integrated community developments," he said.
This implies that broad sectors of the community, having different housing requirements, can be accommodated with the options available in the master planned community.
"Eco-friendly features are included in the apartment designs, such as cross-ventilation, water and power saving devices, LED lighting and solar hot water systems, as well as rainwater harvesting to irrigate turf and communal gardens across the site."
PAYCE lodges detailed plans for Kirrawee Project
Leading Australian property company PAYCE today released details of its latest plans to transform the former brick pit site at Kirrawee into a landmark urban renewal complex, combining residential apartments, retail and commercial businesses.
PAYCE has lodged the revised concept scheme with the Department of Planning and Infrastructure for determination following an extensive review of the previously approved concept plan for the 4.25 hectare site bordered in part by the Princes Highway, Oak Road and Flora Street.
"Subject to approvals, work onsite could be underway by the end of the year and be completed by mid-2017," he said.
PAYCE Consolidated Limited is one of Sydney's leading publicly listed property developers. Established in 1978, the firm developed one of Sydney's first comprehensive master plans for Homebush Bay and oversaw the transformation of the industrial wasteland to the new suburb of Wentworth Point and creation of a thriving new urban community.
PAYCE's specialty in urban renewal has created a legacy of quality mixed use urban precincts and a reputation for building engaged and lifestyle active communities.
A current landmark project for PAYCE is the mixed use residential and retail East Village development at Victoria Park, located 3KM from Sydney CBD. Featuring one of the largest private sky gardens in the southern hemisphere and a one of a kind urban marketplace, East Village is expected to deliver a new heartbeat for Victoria Park residents and a lifestyle destination for Sydneysiders looking for a unique experience.
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