The City of Sydney is considering a proposal to redevelop a site at Kettle Street Reserve in Redfern. It is currently planning to use this site for new housing. The proposed changes will increase the floor space ratio and height of buildings. It will allow for the market, affordable rental, and social housing. The proposed changes will allow for up to 300 dwellings. The plan is to complete the redevelopment of the site by 2021. More facts can be seen here.
The City of Sydney has endorsed a scheme to build six residential towers on the site, which would raise the building heights and increase floor space. Mirvac purchased the site for $200 million last year. The developer’s LIV Indigo project was one of the first major build-to-rent developments in Australia. LAHC said that no appointment has been made yet, but there have been a number of consortia that have been shortlisted. These include the John Laing-led consortium, which includes Hume Community Housing Association and Compass Housing Services. The Lendlease Building and Evolve Housing were also shortlisted. Learn more about Gibbons Street Reserve Redfern, NSW.
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