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Mastery Building B is Approved

The Daily Telegraph

10 December 2018

Ben James


A Japanese-inspired block which is the latest in Crown Group’s flagship Mastery development has been approved.

Work will soon start on the shopping and residential building in Waterloo after being signed off by the Central Sydney Local Planning Panel on Wednesday.

The six-storey block, which features a tiered facade packed with plants, trees and shrubs, will have shops on the lower levels, 54 luxury apartments, basement parking for 58 cars, private rooftop terraces and two communal roof gardens.

Crown Group is building its Mastery neighbourhood in Waterloo, bordered by O’Dea Ave to the south and Lachlan St to the north.

Concept plans for five separate blocks were approved in 2017.

Detailed plans for two of the blocks, featuring 42 and 95 units respectively, were approved on October 24.

The application which was approved last week, for what is being called building B, is the third to be approved.


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