The $2 billion mixed-use urban village, Central Park in Chippendale, was recognised at the Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards last night, with the masterplanned precinct’s second residential stage, Park Lane and The Mark, taking out Highly Commended for theHigh Density category.
Designed by esteemed architecture practice, Johnson Pilton Walker (JPW), the three residential buildings which make up Central Park’s second stage comprise a total of 805 apartments, connected by an attractive tree-lined, mews-style laneway.
The Park Lane buildings comprise 393 apartments spread across two buildings; a low-rise 16 storey residential building (1, 3, 5 Park Lane) and a 20 storey residential building (8 Park Lane), offering residents the ultimate in park side living and door step access to the 6,400 square metre park, Chippendale Green.
In contrast, The Mark is a soaring glass tower, the second tallest building at Central Park, sitting at 27 storeys high. The building comprises 412 intelligently designed apartments that take full advantage of the city views to the east or district views over Chippendale Green to the west.
Central Park’s Project Director, Mick Caddey said it’s very rewarding to see Park Lane and The Mark receive an endorsement from the New South Wales property development industry.
“Frasers Property, along with our joint venture partner, Sekisui House, is delighted to have received further recognition from the industry, adding to the slew of national and international industry accolades collectively that the Central Park precinct has already received to date,” said Mr Caddey
“Central Park has become one of Sydney’s most highly awarded mixed-use masterplanned communities. The urban village is at the forefront of innovative design, world-class architecture, environmental innovation and high-quality inner-city living for people at all stages of their lives.”
Park Lane and The Mark have been commercially highly successful with both projects now fully sold out, with the average apartment price valued at $770,000.
The Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards acknowledge development projects that achieve the best outcomes in terms of client requirements, environment, business and community considerations; as well as time, cost and quality.
Information supplied by The Capital Group