2-10 Phillip Street, Parramatta

Client Coronation Property Co Pty Ltd.
LGA City of Parramatta Council
Size 320 Residential Units
240 Hotel Rooms
2000 sqm of Specialty Retail
Value Approx. $100,000,000 (AUS)
Sector Residential
Hotel
Retail
Urban Renewal
Service Strategic Planning
Design Competition

 

Team Members

Adam Coburn
Georgia Sedgmen
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Description

The redevelopment of the site proposes a 48-storey mixed-use development with ground and first floor retail, five-star hotel from levels 2 to 13 with 200 rooms and 320 residential units above. The site is conveniently located within the heart of the Parramatta CBD adjacent the Riverfront Precinct.

The development will be a key part of unlocking access constraints on and around Philip Lane and will not only provide major public benefits in its own right but also assist in the achievement
of complimentary developments on other nearby sites in the heart of Parramatta.

The development will activate the public domain, revitalise eat street and deliver the Phillip Street entertainment precinct by providing a mix of retail uses at ground level, high-quality public spaces and laneway, pedestrian access links. Further, future residents and hotel patrons will contribute significantly to the local economy and act as a catalyst for delivering a thriving night time economy.

Scope of Works

Mecone has been involved in a number of urban planning services, which have included:

  • Preparing a planning proposal to allow for increased height and density on the site;
  • Preparing draft Local Environmental Plan and Development Control Plans site specific controls for the site;
  • Assisting with the preparation of a Voluntary Planning Agreement;
  • Liaison with Council and Department of Planning and Environment to progress the rezoning;
  • Management of competitive design process; and
  • Prepared the Statement of Environmental Effects and managing the approval process of the Development Application through Council.

 

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