Building works have commenced on four apartment buildings in Alexandria, Sydney, as part of an industrial development called Alex Collective.
The four buildings, reaching four, seven and eight storeys, were designed by architect Andrew Burns are being built by Ceerose. The development will feature 163 apartments.
The intricate brickwork structures will surround a green heart garden with cabana styled seating flanked by a magnesium pool, designed by Landscape Architects Site Image Group. The design also integrates saw-tooth roofs, light wells and sky bridges to highlight the industrial character of the project.
Ceerose Managing Director, Edward Doueihi said it is a privilege to be appointed as the construction contractor for Alex Collective.
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“We are looking forward to working collaboratively with Alexa Development and Andrew Burns to deliver a successful project. Building quality relationships with key partners is an important part of our work,” Doueihi said.
“The start of construction is an important milestone for Alex Collective and will add to Ceerose’s impressive building portfolio. We are delighted to bring this industrial inspired residential development to life. Andrew Burns’ intuitive design for Alex Collective with pattern brickwork and metallic cladding will further enhance the striking facade. Hundreds of jobs will be created during construction which will help the economy as we move out of lockdown.”