Commenced Work on Second Double Bay Project

The primary infrastructure of the residential project at 28-34 Cross Street in Sydney has started to be built by Hong Kong’s SJD Properties.

Eight retail tenancies are spread across 615 sq m of ground-floor retail space in the four-story 1788, which was designed by Bates Smart Architects and has 18 three- or four-bedroom flats, six two-bedroom apartments, and six one-bedroom apartments.

According to BCI records, the six-story Encore 1788 next door comprises six three-bedroom apartments, seven four-bedroom apartments, one two-bedroom apartments, and one one-bedroom apartment.

The building’s parking design includes 31 car parking spaces, 15 bicycle storage spaces, and 4 motorcycle parking spaces, all of which are located on the basement level.

Although the Roche family sold the 20-26 Cross Street site to developer Toga for $55 million in 2017, CoreLogic’s property records do not indicate any sales transactions for either the 1024 sq m or the 564 sq m sites at 28-34 Cross Street or 28-34 Cross Street.

Toga has a completed project. On the other side of SJD’s original 1788 concept is The Hunter at 16 Cross Street.

Fridcorp and Piety Group entered the Intercontinental Hotel in Double Bay in January of this year. The expected price is around $230 million.

- Published By Team Hongkong Journalist

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