Joint venture partners, Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House Australia, are set to launch DUO November 28, the highly anticipated next stage at the $2 billion mixed-use urban village, Central Park.
November 24th, 2015
Designed by architecture practice, Foster + Partners, DUO will be located on the corner of Broadway and Abercrombie Streets, comprising two interconnected buildings each with their own lobby entrances. As the final piece to complete Central Park’s Broadway frontage, DUO will offer a striking façade featuring a mirrored fin that will protrude from the entrance to the building.
DUO’s residential component will comprise a total of 313 apartments, including one–bedroom suites , one bedroom apartments, two-bedroom apartments and a three–bedroom dual-key apartment, the majority of which will be located within the eastern tower of DUO. The western tower of DUO will include a 300-room hotel, ground floor retail, 5,500 square metres of commercial space, a large childcare centre to accommodate up to 90 children and the refurbished Australian Hotel.
Duo at Central Park
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