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Development overview

Construction Commenced

Dee Why, 2099

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Development size

611 residences

Development details

611 apartments up to 8 storeys in 2 sites only
15,328 sq m retail space
12,047 sq m commercial space
4,420 sq m new library
Civic square on Howard Ave
Outdoor cafes & shops
Commercial & residential buildings
Pedestrian arcades to link town centre to new square
Increase parking
Increase public open space areas
New community facilities
Improve public transport facilities
New enlarged Walter Gors Reserve - 5,000 sq m
Upgrade Pittwater Rd, Howard & Oaks Aves
Upgrade includes paving, lighting, tree planting, festive banners
Sequence of public squares & parks linked by arcades & laneways
Improve pedestrian connection between Town Centre, Dee Why Lagoon & beach
Connection improve by creating linear park within drainage easement
Redevelop existing triangular town square site
Redevelop main bus stops on Pittwater Rd
Connect new squares with arcades
New street on Council land between Howard & Oaks Aves
Relocate all car parking into consolidated basement car park for 1,600 vehicles

New vehicular access points off Pittwater Rd

Dee Why Town Centre - Site B - $141 million (Construction commenced early June 2017)

2 x 3 to 17 storey towers
2 x 8 storey podiums
Ground & 1st floor retail & commercial
357 x units
Childcare centre
Medical centre
Town Square
Cafes & bars
Glazed pavilions

Oaks Ave - Drainage Works - $1.20 million (Construction commenced March 2016)

Install 2 approximately 200 m of twin 900 mm stormwater pipelines in Oaks Ave
New inlets & box culvert in Pittwater Rd
Replace large box culvert under Oaks Ave
Relocate Telstra, Jemena & Ausgrid services assets
Liaison with Roads & Maritime Services to undertake works on Pittwater Rd
Associated civil works
Reconstruct stormwater drainage

Walter Gors Park - $7 million (Construction commenced 7 June 2016)

Expand new park
Construct new childrens playground
New childrens water play area & nature play area
Toddlers bicycle circuit
Shared footpath
Toilet block & pump room
Install water supply & sewer connections
Electrical signage board
New pole top mounted pedestrian lights
Demolish 5 community houses on Howard Avenue
New irrigation system
Soft landscaping
Hard landscaping works
Associated works

Redman Rd Plaza - $10 millionStage 1 (construction commenced): Stage 2 - Howard Ave Shared Path (constructiom commenced April 2018): Building elements include:

Glass panels
Concrete floors
Concrete roof
Metal columns
Concrete columns
Outdoor seating
Reinforced concrete slab
Metal columns
Glazed wall & floor tiles
Shade structures
Aluminium framed glazing
Wall tiles

Refer Project ID: 30729010 - Dee Why Town Centre - Site B - $141 million (construction commenced)Refer Project ID: 5462021 - PCYC Dee Why - $25.70 million (construction commenced)Refer Project ID: 13452017 - Traffic Management Roadworks (construction commenced)Refer Project ID: 4257017 - Drainage Works - Oak Ave (construction commenced)Refer Project ID: 28378021 - Walter Gors Park & Redman Rd Plaza (construction commenced)Refer Project ID: 32160021 - Walter Gors Park (construction commenced)Project website overall:
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