ASX-listed Mirvac and joint venture partner John Holland have lodged plans for Waterloo Metro Quarter over-station development project in Sydney’s inner south.
The $900 million mixed-use precinct, delivered in collaboration with the NSW government, comprises a 35,000sq m, 17-storey office building, 24-storey apartment building and a 25-storey student accommodation building set to be operated by Iglu.
At least 5 percent of the units in the towers will be affordable housing and 70 apartments would be set aside for social housing.
The project sits within the Waterloo State Significant Precinct, a 20-hectare area in central Sydney that has been identified for urban renewal. Continue reading here