Co-Living Housing Redfern – 175-177 Cleveland Street & 1-5 & 6-8 Woodburn Street

High-quality, low-cost rental accommodation for visitors, office workers, students, and other users, featuring generous communal open space, including an open courtyard with water feature, a through-site link, external terraces with outdoor seating, and an Indigenous rooftop farm

  • Client

    EG Funds Management

  • LGAS

    Sydney

  • Size

    216 co-living units and 927m2 commercial space

  • Value

    $41.8m

  • Sector

    Residential

  • Services

    Urban Planning

  • Office

    Sydney

  • Team

    Tom Cook, Stephanie Wu, Harrison Depczynski

  • Completed

    Ongoing

  • Photography

    Mark Shapiro Architects

About the project

Mecone have lodged a State Significant Development Application (SSDA) to the Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) for a 5 to 7 storey mixed use co-living housing development accommodating 216 co-living rooms, ground and first floor commercial/retail space, basement parking and associated landscaped open space. The project represents a state-ofthe-art co-living housing development and will provide high quality, low cost rental accommodation for visitors, office workers, students and other users. The development is of contemporary design, with generous communal open space, including an open courtyard with water feature, a through-site link, external terraces with outdoor seating and an Indigenous rooftop farm. Mecone was engaged by EG Funds Management to prepare and manage the SSDA for the co-living housing development. Mecone have continued to work with DPE, City of Sydney Council, State Design Review Panel (SDRP) and multiple authorities since early consultation stages to resolve multiple issues and complexities. The SSD application is currently being assessed by DPE and is at Response to Submission (RtS) stage.

Architects: Mark Shapiro Architects

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