Randwick’s Newest Neighbourhood
Newmarket Randwick, a new type of masterplan community blending the old with the new, is creating Randwick’s newest neighbourhood. Set on the historic site of the former Inglis Newmarket Stables, the residences are to be delivered by an extremely rare collaboration of Australia’s best architects, builder and led by renowned national developer, Cbus Property.
Formally the home of famous inhabitants such as Black Caviar and Bernborough, Cbus Property is transforming the site into a thriving, urban hub that will perfectly marry heritage buildings with modern new homes. Newmarket Randwick offers potential residents the opportunity to own a new home at a location that is significant to Australian house racing history.
The new residents will benefit from and enjoy all that a significant master planned development has to offer.
In a bold move, Cbus Property has brought in four architecture firms. A combined vision from Bates Smart, Neeson Murcutt Architects , Smart Design Studio and SJB gives each stage of the development its own personality and character.
Fusing the development together is incredibly generous open spaces, the most significant being the central park of over 5,000sqm designed by Arcadia Landscape Architecture. Along with the newly designed gardens, the iconic fig trees that have stood sentinel over the sale yards for more than a century, will be retained.
The overall Newmarket Randwick Precinct will include 642 low rise apartments and terraces. The neighbourhood will include public parks, children’s play area and a vibrant retail precinct.
Ganellen, a company that has delivered over 100 residential, retail, commercial, hotel, education and infrastructure projects since 1998, has been appointed as builder and construction has commenced.
Positioned ideally between the CBD and eastern beaches, with incredible transport, health amenity and educational facilities on its doorstep, Newmarket Randwick is the only large masterplan offering at the centre of Sydney’s eastern suburbs and is a rare offering not to be ignored.
For more articles like this click here