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Approval for Central Park Stage 2

Frasers Property Development announces approval of Central Park’s next residential stage.

Approval for Central Park Stage 2


December 7th, 2010

The second residential stage of Frasers Property Australia’s Central Park development in Sydney has been approved, with construction to begin on two buildings designed by award-winning architect Richard Johnson.


The buildings, one of 9 storeys and one of 20 storeys, will sit along the eastern edge of Central Park’s main park.

“We are well on our way to realising our vision to create a true urban village at Central Park, with brilliant architecture, verdant gardens and vibrant streets to regenerate the community and integrate it into the creative city,” said Frasers Property Australia Managing Director Dr Stanley Quek.

The exterior design of the buildings will feature facades of sliding glass screens of various sizes, colours and textures, to provide a striking face to the park.

The composition of the buildings will allow for light wells, elevated gardens and walkways.

Green walls will decorate the exterior, and residents will have access to landscaped communal gardens.

The green theme will continue in the way the building is operated. Central Park will use on-site tri-generation of power, a water recycling and blackwater treatment plant and passive solar design.

Display suite interiors were designed by Koichi Takada of Koichi Takada Architects and William Smart of Smart Design.

Frasers plan to release the second stage residential development to the market in second quarter 2011.







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