Australian Development Capital plans to redevelop the Mosman Heights neighbourhood centre into a residential, wellness and entertainment precinct.
Australian Development Capital (ADC_) plans to redevelop the Mosman Heights neighbourhood centre into a residential, wellness and entertainment precinct.
ADC_ has unveiled its vision to replace the Mosman Heights neighbourhood centre with a mixed-use development, featuring new homes, health and wellness offerings, as well existing and additional retailers.
The $100 million project, called Mos Lane, proposes seven townhouses, as well as 93 apartments spread across two buildings.
About 10 per cent of Mos Lane will comprise one-bedroom apartments, with the majority of dwellings consisting of two-and-three bedroom apartments and four penthouses.
ADC_ said the average height of buildings across the site was between three and 3.5 storeys, with the tallest height reaching seven storeys.
Residential amenities include a north facing pool and a 250 square metre residents lounge.
ADC_ said Mos Lane had been designed by NH Architecture, with a focus on delivering a new village hub for Mosman Park, with the aim of setting a new benchmark for neighbourhood centres in Perth.
“As a resident of Mosman Park who lives only 200m from our site, I have a vested interest in working for an exceptional outcome for the community,” Mr Zorzi told Business News.
“Our plans deliver not only exceptional new living options, but a true town centre for the area - a hub for all of the local residents that provides convenience, health and wellness, and food and beverage opportunities.
“We’re committed to this project and continue to work towards Development Approval in the New Year, and aim to be on site in the latter part of 2021.”
Mos Lane is one of several ADC_ projects in the pipeline, which includes the $400 million redevelopment of the historic Perth Girls School site in East Perth and the $30 million revamp of Maylands’ Lyric Lane theatre.
As part of the Mos Lane development, ADC_ will create more than 850sqm of new community spaces, including green plazas, squares and public podiums, upgraded and activated laneways, as well as seating, a nature play zone, bike parking and dog watering stations.
ADC_ has already commenced discussions with potential Mos Lane retail and hospitality operators, including a florist, butcher, wine bar, grocer, day spa and bookstore/vinyl store, among others.
Landscape architecture has been undertaken by Aspect Studios, with the project team also including town planners Roberts Day.
Built has been named as preferred builder for Mos Lane.
Pending development approval, construction is anticipated to start in August 2021, with expected completion early 2023.