The development incorporates 351 residential apartments which are supported by a significant retail precinct, offering the residents of Dee Why and surrounding areas a one-stop shopping, dining and fitness destination.
The town centre has been years in the making for the coastal suburb of Dee Why. The Urban and landscape design solutions help activate the precinct, incorporating a 3,000sqm piazza and dining precinct, a north-facing public square and water-play space and active retail + Eat Street arcade providing a significant through-site link between Howard Avenue and Oaks Avenue.
The sun-drenched turf seating terraces provide shaded amenity for residents and visitors to meet and relax, while dogs and children play on the lawn or in the interpretive water play space. The outdoor games hub attracts kids of all ages, and larger community gatherings are easily accommodated on terraced timber decks and performance spaces.
A coastal planting palette and native palm avenue help integrate the space with the surrounding beachside suburb and site history.
Dee Why, NSW