A five-storey luxury apartment complex is planned for the site.
Australian Development Capital has lodged plans to build a $40 million luxury apartment development on one of the last remaining lots in Subi Centro.
The Cottesloe-based developer has proposed a five-storey, 31-dwelling complex, comprising three one bedroom, 14 two bedroom and 14 three-bedroom apartments, and a ground floor café.
The proposal sits on an 1,853 square metre site at 64 Price Street, in DevelopmentWA’s Australian Fine China Precinct, which sits within the 80-hectare Subi Centro site.
WA architect Nic Brunsdon and Melbourne’s Breathe Architects designed the development, in a way that pays homage to the site’s heritage as the former fine china factory site.
ADC_ has also engaged landscape architecture firm Mala Studio, Griffiths Architects, planners Hatch RobertsDay, and public art consultants Art/Theory.
“The design team has come up with a unique concept of incorporating the kiln and other heritage items into the landscaping and public art, so the public has an opportunity to explore and understand the story of the site’s history,” ADC_ executive director Rod Hamersley said.
“The result has led to a highly place-responsive design that delivers on the vision and objectives of the precinct, with improved built form, heritage and sustainability outcomes.”
64 Price Street, Subiaco (triangular).
ADC_ bought the site from Subiaco-based Elberton Property Group, who bought it from the administrators of Pindan.
Pindan built on the adjoining lot before it went into administration in 2021.
The collapsed builder had plans to build on the site ADC_ bought, but they never came to fruition.
The development application for 64, or Lot 502, Price Street, is open for public comment until August 22, on the DevelopmentWA website.
ADC_ is also behind the proposed $800 million Perth Girls School development in East Perth, the $40 million Freeman Residences in North Fremantle and a proposed $48.8 million Mosman Park apartment development.