Sitting on a 9,200 square metre site, “West End” comprises 350 apartments across four residential buildings including the 14-storey “Adderley”, eight-storey “The Foundry”, 11-storey “The Spencer” and the 11-level “Mail House”.
Four architecture firms have been appointed to design the buildings: Hecker Guthrie, Carr Design Group, Mim Design and Six Degrees. CHT Architects are the principal architect, and ARM Architects are the masterplan architect
Accompanying the apartment buildings will be a 92-room, five star Adina Grand hotel. The precinct will also deliver a hotel, 24-hour concierge service, supermarket and medical centre, a public park, day spa, pool, gym, 50-seat cinema, dog wash and dog-walking service, and half-an-acre of private landscaped gardens and a 24-hour concierge service.
Trenerry originally purchased the almost one-hectare site from Australia Post in 2015 for a reported $45 million.
“West End brings the best in design together for the first time to create what will be an eclectic community that has a passion for great design at its core,” Trenerry Property director Robert DiCintio said.
“Great design, complemented with a unique masterplan and amenity offer, makes life better, people happier, communities stronger – West End will be a major energiser for this suburb, which reminds us of Brooklyn 10 years ago.
The newest building to launch, the Mailhouse, will feature 98 one, two and three-bedroom apartments over its 11 levels, as well as providing its own hotel-style services and amenities, like room service and cleaning as well as almost 2,000 square metres of gated resident gardens including a 25-metre lap pool, gym, spa and relaxation retreats.