This mixed use development is home to 7 commercial tenancies and 62 dwellings. It leads the way for highly desired medium density living in Pendle Hill by proposing an important new corner element in the changing streetscape of the Great Western Highway. Creating a complex of perimeter buildings on a green-field site allows for generous a communal landscaped courtyard. Deep external balconies and private ground floor terraces provide north orientated indoor/ outdoor amenity to residents.
This project is a rebuild and refit of the Arlington Amusement Hall, a beachfront heritage item built in 1919 as retail shops with first floor residences and converted to a hotel in the late 90’s.
The asymmetrical federation brick facade of the hotel has a majestic street presence while the new dining room upstairs has long views north past the pine trees to the Barrenjoey Lighthouse.