Shoptop Twin Towers Join Edmondson Park Pipeline


Liverpool’s Edmondson Park is cementing its status as a residential hotspot with another shoptop development lodged with the council.

Plans filed with the Liverpool City Council comprise two six-storey shoptop buildings with 120 apartments in total.

Each building contains a retail unit, 8 one-bedroom apartments, 46 two-bedroom apartments and 6 three-bed apartments. 

The $28-million project is being proposed for an allotment of 6397sq m which will be derived from its parent lot at 200 Croatia Avenue.

The plans are being developed by Dalma Holdings Pty Ltd, a vehicle of Sydney builder Anton Pincevic. They are being managed by Siva Projects and HDC Planning, and designed by Mosca Pserras Architects.

The developers said that with a mix of apartment style and size, and ground level retail for future neighbourhood shop use, “this proposal represents a means of providing high-quality residential accommodation for people of all ages and family structure”.

The proposed development site is in the south-central district of the suburb of Edmondson Park, 500m north of the heavy rail station and town centre beyond. 

“This development will result in the provision of residential product that is both viable and needed in the locality within walking distance of the Edmondson Park Town Centre,” developers said.

The Croatia Avenue development joins a string of residential developments in the area.

Bathla Group is planning on building 219 apartments across six buildings at a project down the road at 225 Croatia Avenue, lodging plans with Liverpool City Council last year.

The developer also lodged plans for a $215-million masterplanned development in the suburb last year, at 164 Croatia Avenue.

Urban Property Group also filed plans for a 178-townhouse development in Edmondson Park earlier this year as part of its Parkland Precinct masterplan.


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