Piety Group has begun construction on stage two of Fridcorp’s $700 million mixed-use development, Beyond, at Hurstville in Sydney’s south.
The four tower development includes architectures by DKO Architecture and interiors by Woods Bagot.
The four towers will range from eight to 20 levels high and include563 apartments of varying size. A 5000 square metre retail precinct will be positioned around the towers and connect to the newly upgraded Kempt Field Park.
Fridcorp has contributed $1.1 million towards the neighbouring Kempt Field Park upgrade including a new adventure playground and bike training circuit, and has committed to funding to the local Hurstville Primary School.
The precinct will also supply 800 resident car parks, including 200 car parks available for visitors and retail use, as well as bike storage facilities.
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Works follow Fridcorp’s acquisition of the remaining 50 percent of the project from its previous partners in February 2020, after achieving $200 million in presales in Stage One.
Fridcorp has also developed a Beyond community app, designed to enhance the user experience and foster a sense of community.
Fridcorp Director Nigel Givoni said over the next five years, demand for housing in Hurstville is expected to exceed supply.
“Beyond is delivering more than 50 per cent of the currently approved new homes required to meet this expected demand. We have seen the evolution of the suburb which has led to upgrading the design of the precinct to cater to the aspirational market aged between 35-49 which makes up around 50 percent of Hurstville’s purchaser market,” he said.
“We are committed to developing outstanding spaces to live with character, functionality and a timeless aesthetic.
Givoni said the development’s organic architecture articulates a timeless sculptural form that blends naturally with its surrounds, connecting with the green space of neighbouring parkland, and creating an activated atmosphere from morning to night.
“We believe in designing from the inside out, framed with organic, sculptural architecture. The result is a timeless quality that balances form and function. Beyond’s proximity to Kempt Field park provides never-to-be-built-out view lines to both the Sydney CBD and Botany Bay which is incredibly rare,” he said.