This project proposes reuse of a major brownfield site at Glebe Island in Sydney Harbour.
The master plan creates a waterfront community with a mix of residential, commercial and retail spaces combined though a network of open green spaces.
Major views over water to the city and harbour bridge are enjoyed by a higher density residential precinct along the city or eastern edge.
A four level podium encloses retail, commercial and residential uses along this edge. It also defines a series of water inlets for decks, promenades and marinas.
Residential towers have a similar height to those across the water at Jackson’s Landing.
Along the north western edge of the site is low rise residential built form and a large boat marina.
A large urban park acts as a green lung in the middle of the two precincts.