A development application has been lodged for multiple dwellings and retail, located 17 Cleveland Street, Stones Corner.
Designed by NMDS Architecture, the proposal seeks retail tenancies on the ground floor, with ninety nine (99) residential units within 13 storey residential tower above.
The existing disused single storey purpose-built Freemasons Club and car parking will be removed to facilitate the proposed redevelopment.
99 Multiple Dwellings
– Thirty three (33) x 1 Bedroom Units
– Eleven (11) x 2 Bedroom Units
– Fifty Five (55) x 3 Bedroom Units
– Retail (227sqm)
– Garden (44sqm)
– Upper Ground communal area
– Swimming pool and decking
The proposal provides 211 car parking both the four basements and ground floor levels. The basement will provide 196 residential car park spaces and the ground floor provides 15spaces. Access from the basement and ground floor car parks will be from Cleveland Street.
The planners at Urbicus state, “The proposed site cover has not inhibited the ability of the design to accommodate appropriately sized and dimensioned private open space areas capable of facilitating subtropical living. The proposal is in keeping with the intended form and character intensity of the local area, immediate streetscape & intent of the High Density Residential Zone”.
“The proposed building has been significantly articulated through the incorporation of varying materials, building recesses & general building design form that enables a visual interest & naturally mitigates building bulk”.
A proposed seeks 11,638sqm of gross floor area, with 1,462sqm (69.5%) site covered of the overall 2,104sqm site area.
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The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged: 28 September 2021
– Council Reference: A005844851
– Address: 17 Cleveland Street, Stones Corner
– Zone: High Density Residential
– Neighbourhood Plan: Eastern Corridor
– Application Report: Urbicus
– Architect Drawings: NMDS Architecture
– Landscape Architect: ASdesign
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview
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