Plans have been lodged with Georges River Council for a $18 million mid-rise development in Kogarah.
Regent Street Property has enlisted PBD Architects to realise their vision for an 11-storey residential tower on the site of three single-storey detached houses.
The 1,358sq m site, located between 80-84 Regent Street, is 14 kilometres south of the Sydney's CBD.
The surrounding neighbourhood is made up of a mix of recent mid-rise developments and single dwelling sites along Regent Street and intersecting laneways.
Architectural plans outline 61 residential apartments comprising six adaptable units and 12 silver level units.
The tower will consists of 15 one bedroom apartments, 44 two bedroom apartments and 8 three bedroom apartments.
The developer has kept one eye on the future with a fully-automated car shelving system incorporated into the designs to offer a unique parking solution within a mid-density tower.
The building will also benefit from a communal rooftop space in the form of a recreational garden.
Sydney has enjoyed a healthy influx of mid-density development applications over recent months despite a weakening apartment market.
PBD Architects are also responsible for the designs of a five-storey development in Neutral Bay lodged by Sydney-based developer Equitibuild.
Further north in Auburn, real estate fund manager EG secured planning approval for a masterplanned community comprising 595 apartments spread across 12 buildings.
An eight-storey residential development, valued at $60 million, has also been lodged for Bondi Junction by developer Coonara Developments.