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Botany Council approves John Street Mascot contemporary apartments tower

A development application has been approved by Botany Council for 6-8 John Street, Mascot, a residential apartment building tower.

The project involves the demolition of the two existing warehouses and the construction of a 39 multi-unit apartment building development comprising 2 levels of basement car parking, 1 part basement/above ground level of car parking and 10 levels of residential units.

The 39 units consist of 29 two bedroom units, 8 one bedroom units and 2 studio apartments.

The Ground floor contains 4 units, the typical floor contains 5 units from Level 1 to 3, 4 units up to Level 8 and 1 penthouse unit to Level 9. The building includes 2 x lifts and 2 x escape stairs.

The car parking levels contains 70 car spaces including 2 visitor spaces.

 

PROJECT:
Multi-unit apartment building – residential flat building and retail
1 x 10 storey tower containing a total of 39 units including 3 levels of basement car park, 30 X 2 bedroom, 7 X 1 bedroom, and 2 studio apartments
6-8 John Street, Mascot
Botany Council jurisdiction including SEPP 65 review

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