Northshore Hamilton Sees Proposed ICON Development


Designed by Custance, the proposed development, ICON, comprises three residential towers and one 5-star hotel tower.

The property located at 19 Hercules Street was sold to Wentworth after Mirvac's planned 23-storey, 263 apartment project, Foreshore Hamilton, fell through.

The four towers range in height from 11-storey to the bigger 34-storeys, with a total gross floor area of 59,406 square metres.

Across the towers there will be 74 studio apartments, 279 one-bedroom, 176 two-bedroom and 31 three-bedroom apartments totalling 560 apartments.

The 34-storey tower comprises a 5 star hotel up to level 15, with the balance of the building comprising residential apartments.

The hotel component comprises 13,178 square metres and includes 227 hotel rooms as well as associated lobby, cocktail lounge, function room, restaurant and fitness centre components. The hotel tower rises from a pedestrian retail plaza known as Hamilton Place.

Above the hotel are 229 apartments, comprising 174 studio and one bedroom apartments, 48 two bedroom apartments and 7 three bedroom apartments.

The proposed residential apartments and hotel are supported at the lower level by a range of active uses.

Two anchor retail tenancies are provided at the Hercules Street level and a series of retail tenancies at the Main Street level which front the plaza.

At the podium level, the proposal comprises a gym and child care centre for 75 children.

The development includes 2670 square metres of public realm, representing 35 per cent of the site area.

The landscaping aims to bring the Park into the site from the north and alternatively bringing the river into the site from the south.

Hamilton Place also features sculpted ground plane of ponds and water features.

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