10/12/2021 - 15:13

Strzelecki moves on $144m Nedlands plan

10/12/2021 - 15:13

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The Nedlands-based property giant behind Hillarys Boat Harbour and Coventry Village has lodged plans to build a $144 million mixed-use development on Stirling Highway.

Strzelecki moves on $144m Nedlands plan
The plan proposes the construction of 178 residential apartments, a restaurant-cafe, shop tenancies, and communal facilities.

The Nedlands-based property giant behind Hillarys Boat Harbour and Coventry Village has lodged plans to build a $144 million mixed-use development on Stirling Highway.

The application, lodged by Urbanista Town Planning on behalf of Greg Poland-led Strzelecki Group, proposes the construction of 178 residential apartments, a restaurant-cafe, shop tenancies, and communal facilities at 83-85 Stirling Highway.

The site is currently occupied by Strzelecki’s headquarters, with sections leased to PlusFitness Gym, furniture store King Living, and The Hardware Co.

According to the Strzelecki Group website, the new Boronia Tower development promises luxury living in the heart of the Western Suburbs, complete with exclusive amenities, a wine cellar and views of Rottnest Island, Kings Park, the Swan River and Perth’s CBD.

The application surfaced on the website of the state government’s State Development Assessment Unit (SDAU) overnight, a body established to streamline the approvals process and expedite developments to assist with economic recovery in the wake of COVID-19.

The lodgement of the application comes just weeks before the temporary pathway is due to close.

A spokesperson from the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage told Business News the proposal would now be referred to the City of Nedlands and relevant regulatory agencies before being released to the public in the new year.

Feedback gathered during the public consultation process will then inform the final determination, which will be made by the state’s planning commission.

Strzelecki Group has been involved in tourism, hospitality, commercial property, and construction for more than three decades, operating precincts including Hillarys Boat Harbour and Mandurah Ocean Marina.

Urbanista was behind the $320 million multi-building apartment project on Stirling Highway spearheaded by Grange Development Consulting and Costa Property Group, which was formally approved in February this year.

With one of the apartment towers standing at 24 storeys, the development is the largest residential project in Nedlands' history.

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