APPARENTLY TOPLACE Developer, Jean Nassif has not been touched by the ‘High-rise construction collapses across Australia’?
… because Jean Nassif is all set to develop a $111M Mascot Project
Renee McKeown writes in The Urban Developer ‘Toplace to Develop $111m Mascot Project‘ following others like Harry Triguboff’s Meriton … with a number of developments in Mascot, the trouble plagued ‘Mascot Towers’, and Aland the developer of neighbouring ‘Peak Towers’ .
Looks like this project is focussed on ‘real estate tours’ with 96 hotel rooms, 444 serviced apartments, a restaurant, with commercial tenancies and basement parking at 146-154A O’Riordan Street.
The Toplace project has received a ‘deferred commencement’ from the Sydney East City Planning Panel for ‘six months to gain a neighbour’s approval to carry out stormwater work at the property on 63-273 King Street occupied by catering company Avia Flight Services.’
Bearing in mind that the Owners of ‘Mascot Towers’ in October 2019 raised the issue that ‘tests have revealed a loss of soil from the areas next to the neighbouring Peak Towers building owned by development company Aland.’
-that is where the Mascot cracking and structural problems first appeared
IS MASCOT BEING OVERDEVELOPED?
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