VicTrack and SMA Projects have unveiled 24 Chapel Street Windsor, a 20-storey building over an active rail corridor.
45 residential apartments will be housed across 15 levels, while a shared office space will be located on level four with an open ground retail space.
SMA Projects will be the first Australian developer to undertake a residential project over active rail.
Like leading global transit developments, 24 Chapel Street complements Windsor’s dynamic transport junction and pedestrian orientated precinct with superb engineering and delivers an exceptional product in partnership with JCB Architects.
Strategically positioned at the southern gateway to Chapel Street adjacent to the Windsor train station, the building includes an open ground level with forecourt opening to Chapel Street and a complete view through to the rail corridor.
The result is a sustainable structure integrated with vertical landscaping and solar-capturing mechanisms attributing to a ‘net-zero’ energy target. The distinctive architectural response is provided by widely renowned practice, JCB Architects.
Key features of the development: