Mirvac have begun the second and final stage of their latest development, Eden at Harold Park, in Sydney.
The new stage in the development of the former Harold Park raceway has been reached with the City of Sydney, who recently endorsed the public exhibition of the draft of Johnston’s Creek Parklands Masterplan.
The parklands form a 20-hectare continuous green corridor that will form the backdrop to living at Harold Park.
Located on the edge of the parklands, Eden offers a limited selection of north-facing, open-plan terrace homes and apartments with a choice of city skyline and park views.
Designed for a contemporary lifestyle, homes and apartments at Eden feature premium fixtures and finishes and an abundance of natural light.
With its location on the edge of over 20 hectares of parkland, Eden is a short walk to the Sydney Harbour foreshore, light rail station and only 2.5 kms from Sydney CBD.
Retail spaces, cafes, restaurants and entertainment venues are located within the revived tramsheds, located at the northern edge of Harold Park.
These heritage-listed Rozelle sheds will retain their iconic character and impressive industrial proportions to become a distinctive retail quarter.
The master plan for Johnston’s Creek Parklands will be a unique feature for the Harold Park development.
The plan aims to link the existing parks near Glebe Foreshore, Bicentennial, Federal and Jubilee, with future open space at The Crescent in Annandale, the area between Bicentennial Park and Harold Park known as the Hill and new parks and public space that will be part of the Harold Park development.
The master plan will plan for recreational, community and sporting facilities as well as other essential infrastructure such as toilets and parking.
It will guide future improvements for walking and cycling connections along with landscaping and biodiversity, storm water management and heritage values.
Construction on Eden at Harold Park is well underway and residences are expected to move in by 2014.