Yifang Submit Proposal for Three Apartment Buildings in Sydney’s West


Chinese developer Dalian Yifang Group have submitted a development application for three seven-storey apartment buildings in Carlingford, New South Wales.

The Chinese development company lodged a formal development application to the City of Parramatta last week for the 2-16 Young Road site. The area is zoned high-density residential.

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The estimated cost of work is $33.6 million. Yifang's proposal involves taking eight single-storey allotments and combining them to deliver three separate, seven-storey apartment buildings. Designed by Aleksandar Design Group, the buildings will comprise 118 apartments with common and private open space areas.


Each building will have an even number of apartments -- with the total number of apartments spread across 30 one-bedroom, 77 two-bedroom and 11 three-bedroom units. The developers have planned for 12 apartment units to be adaptable for disabled persons.

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Carlingford is located 22 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government areas of the City of Parramatta.

“The subject site is ideally suited within walking distance to the Carlingford train station, Carlingford Court Shopping Centre, including Carlingford Coles and Woolworths, and various major bus route connections,” the proposal said.

“The site’s location is ideal in terms of accessibility to shops, transport and services and is appropriate for the form of development and density proposed.”

Yifang Australia’s application is to be determined by the Sydney Central City Planning Panel, with an estimated cost of work of $33,604,306.

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