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Central Coast the Cinderella Coast
Posted on 10 July 2019
It has seemingly been forever thus. The Central Coast, an hour north of Sydney with a current population of 340,000 which the NSW Planning Department has decreed will grow by another 70,000 in the next 20 years, is always left on the sidelines when it comes to sharing in the state's budgets. Always neglected except at election times when premiers, prime ministers and sundry ministers punch the coordinates into their GPS gadgets and find their way to our region. Like the three w...
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ING Bank's new Call Centre for Wyong
Posted on 10 July 2019
Architectural image of proposed ING call centre building at North Wyong Central Coast property developer Gibbens Group have lodged a Development Application with Central Coast Council for a 4-storey office building at 4 Dulmison Avenue, Wyong (on the edge of the North Wyong Industrial Estate). The building, with a construction cost of around $11 million will comprise a total gross floor area of 5,519 sqm on a 12,268 sqm site and will include a ground floor café and outdoor g...
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Demand for Central Coast defies market trend
Posted on 10 July 2019
Property developer, Central Real, has broken ground on the Coast's newest residential development located in prestigious Point Frederick, pushing the project ahead of schedule to meet a market demand on the Coast. The development, Peninsula Point Frederick, on a 5,114 sqm block on the corner of Albany and Duke Streets will comprise 96 luxury apartments in three boutique buildings each of four storeys. Central Real CEO, Richard Ellis, said the project was brought forward due to ...
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Lederer's new master plan for Gosford
Posted on 10 July 2019
The Lederer Group have lodged a revised development proposal for their Gosford Alive project with the Department of Planning that will now see it considered by the Gosford Design Panel set up late last year to revitalise Gosford CBD. The State Significant Development, on the Kibbleplex site is for a $280 million mixed use development comprising five towers above a podium with mixed uses including residential, retail, entertainment, leisure, indoor recreation, cinema and food and bevera...

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