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Australia’s Rozelle Village Project Officially Receives Approval

Australia’s Rozelle Village Project has confirmed to officially receiving approval for construction. Formerly, the development was known as the Balmain Leagues Club. Reports note that the site had been closed over a decade ago, and abandoned. In addition to being in a state of despair. it got damaged further by a fire in 2021.

Alongside the project’s Chinese developer, Heworth, Rozelle’s design is by architecture firm, Scott Carver. It will feature a public plaza, as well as a retail precinct. Moreover, the project will also include a brand new town square alongside a new Wests Ashfield Leagues Club.

On-site, a sales office building will be available. The dedicated area will include a display apartment, and full details, in regards to the retail offering. A press release statement also confirmed that clientele would receive early inspection benefits, before the beginning of sales.

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Australia’s Rozelle Village Project Structural Design

All buildings in Australia’s Rozelle Village Project will be connected above a shared commercial and retail podium. Right along Victoria Road’s prominent corner, the development will have three towers. The revised structural design will decrease the number of apartments from 167 to 147 units. This, in turn, will result in the creation of more two-bedroom and three-bedroom residences. Quite impressively, the units are said to incorporate premium interior architecture and larger floor plans. 

While speaking about the project, its developer stated construction works should begin later, in 2023. Heworth further added that its set completion target is by the year 2025. The project’s potential capital expenditure was not disclosed by the Sydney-based developer. However, it is said to equal to a gross realization of approximately $500 million.

Head of Property at Heworth expressed delight over the Inner West Council and Planning Panel’s approval. Chris Walsh said that the project strives to be beneficial to residents, and the community in general.

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