Category: Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

  • 44 Market Street by Dexus & Woods Bagot

    Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

    44 Market St transforms an underutilised podium of one of the city’s first skyscrapers. The site fronts three streets, each with its own programmatic identity. The design responds to each street’s character while maintaining a consistent architectural language that feels of place within its context. Inserted between the existing precast structures are new F&B and […]

  • Cremorne Point Estate by Abadeen Group

    Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

    Cremorne Point Estate is an adaptive reuse development that successfully integrates modern construction standards into a heritage property with 2 distintive buildings, St Ives (a heritage home built in 1906) and Moama (6 apartments built in 1945). Now a major landmark in the Cremorne Point area, the buildings have been transformed into seven residences – […]

  • Dee Why Town Centre Revitalisation by Northern Beaches Council

    Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

    Northern Beaches Council is committed to promoting access to high-quality social gathering spaces to serve the needs of our growing population. The Masterplaned Urban Renewal is designed to ‘happen’ with Council controlled projects having waited in-vain for the private sectors to rejuvenate Dee Why. With its inspirational vision, the Masterplan is now a reality creating […]

  • Marrick & Co by Mirvac

    Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

    Marrick & Co reimagines urban life in a way that is authentically Marrickville, harnessing the suburb’s deep-rooted values and heritage assets to deliver density unprecedented in its community, history, sustainability and locality. On the site of the former Marrickville Hospital, the project incorporates compatible adaptive reuse of heritage structures and a whole-of-life sustainability framework, making […]

  • The Paper Mill Food by Coronation Property

    Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

    Coronation Property Co. has transformed Australia’s former largest paper mill into the vibrant The Paper Mill Food, Western Sydney’s best new dining destination spanning an impressive 1,888sqm. The adaptively reused heritage building is now a thriving hub for the community which has something for everyone, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, desert and drinks since August 2019. […]

  • The REVY by Aqualand

    Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

    Aqualand completed their first masterpiece in 2020 – a heritage regeneration project now known as The REVY. The historic building sits on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour at 8 Darling Island Road, Pyrmont. Aqualand worked with leading partners to revitalise this unique building where once stood the Royal Edward Victualling Yard (REVY) in 1912, creating […]

  • TNT Apartments, Redfern by Deicorp

    Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

    The iconic TNT towers have dominated the Redfern skyline since the early 1970s. With with the creative talents of renowned architects Candalepas and Associates, Deicorp has transformed the aging office building into a showcase of contemporary urban renewal. Construction of Building 2 of TNT Apartments has set a new benchmark for adaptive reuse. The project […]

  • Wellington Street by SJB + TPD Projects

    Urban Renewal / Adaptive Reuse

    Dating back to 1910, this simple yet handsome Federation warehouse style building offered remarkable potential for its transformation into commercial office space, providing the perfect setting for old meets new. Through the years the building has withstood layers of wear and tear, evidence of former use that are revealed in its reinvigoration. The insertion of […]