A new 47-hectare urban coastal community has just two residential lots remaining for sale.
Stage one is now complete at Shoreline in North Coogee, four kilometres south of Fremantle in Western Australia.
Shoreline, by LandCorp, is a “visionary development that combines coastal living with urban style”, the developer said.
“Stunning new parkland that has brought life to Shoreline has already been delivered and will soon be surrounded by contemporary urban homes and apartments for today’s singles, couples and families.”
LandCorp’s aim for the development was to transform underutilised coastal land into “something special”.
“The 47-hectare Shoreline site is part of the wider Cockburn Coast Redevelopment Area which will breathe new life into former industrial land to reconnect a community to its coast, its past and to each other.
“A main street will provide new shops, restaurants, cafés, recreation spaces and entertainment facilities. More than 3.5 hectares will be dedicated to parks, green spaces and community facilities, creating an active and connected neighbourhood for all who visit, work and live in the area,” LandCorp said.
“Drawing on the best design ideas from the world’s most liveable cities, Shoreline will set a new benchmark for medium-density living in Western Australia and become a truly landmark destination where everyone is welcome.”
One 200-square-metre park-front lot, at 209 Benella Lane remains on the market for $349,000. A two-storey titled lot with 234 square metres close to parkland, at 236 Surada Street is for sale for $370,000.
A couple of developer opportunities are also still available. They are available by private treaty and are zoned R40 with no plot limit ratio. The multi-residential lots at 218 and 220 Surada Street (510 square metres and 509 square metres respectively) are on the market for $630,000 each.