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EYE-CATCHING: Norup + Wilson’s The Crest has been lauded for its innovative incorporation of public art into the building’s design. Photo: Norup + Wilson

Burswood style peaks at The Crest

The Springs in Rivervale is just the start for high-density apartment projects on the Burswood Peninsula. 

A landmark apartment building is expected to set the tone for further development on the Burswood Peninsula, following the release of the Western Australian Planning Commission’s long-term strategic plan for the area.

The WAPC’s draft structure plan, unveiled last week, calls for the development of three neighbourhoods on the peninsula – at Belmont Park, around Burswood Station, and at The Springs.

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Total combined value of current WA projects

13th-Australian Development Capital180,000,000
14th-TRG PropertiesNFP
15th↑Norup + Wilson128,400,000
16th-Diploma Group107,000,000
17th↓Psaros106,500,000
60 property - (built-form) developers ranked by total combined value of current WA projects ($) v2

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