Planning Panel approves Gosford development
The Hunter Central Coast Regional Planning Panel has approved a $133 million residential development for Gosford.
The development which was lodged in 2016 was approved by the Panel in May after having been deferred in November 2019 pending further documentation, amended plans and advice.
The development at 321 331 Mann Street, Gosford will comprise a 20 storey single tower building over a podium base with 184 apartments over 18 levels, three levels of above ground car parking and ground level commercial space.
The project is being developed by Sydney property developer James Mr Moses, who is also the founder of holiday rental website EzyStayz, is developing the project through his development and building company JMGM in partnership with the land owners, Kathlim Pty Ltd and the Nathan Troy Motors Superannuation fund.
Mr Moses said that a Display Suite would be opened by early August, possibly in Terrigal, for off-the-plan sales.
Mr Moses said that that they are currently in discussions with two builders of which one is a Central Coast builder to undertake construction of the project.
Gosford has an exciting future ahead. There are many large projects which will begin construction next year and will launch Gosford into a new era of being a world class city," Mr Moses said.
Mr Moses said he was in discussion with Minor Hotels, whose brands include Anantara, Avani and NH Hotels, to create a 92-room boutique hotel in one of the towers.
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