Gosford Going Sky High
A new 21-storey residential and commercial development site on Mann Street in the revitalised Gosford CBD on the NSW Central Coast is being offered for sale through Ray White Commercial NSW.
The boutique building boasting 102 apartments and 500 sqm of commercial space at 333 Mann St, Gosford, is being marketed by Jeff Moxham, Michael Ajaka and Samuel Hadgelias of Ray White Commercial NSW on behalf of developers JMGM & GWPG.
Jeff Moxham said this landmark mixed-use project at 333 Mann St is the latest tower being constructed in a range of new developments set to transform Gosford’s skyline into a modern metropolis.
“These projects are revolutionising Gosford and delivering a world class city centre,” Mr Moxham said.
“333 Mann St was approved by the Joint Regional Planning Panel late last year and will boast 102 apartments in a mix of one, two and three-bedroom floor-plate designs with 500 sqm of commercial retail below.
“Mann St is already a hive of activity with John Singleton’s first high-rise project, Bonython Tower, being developed on the Dutton’s Tavern site. JMGM is also proposing a 24-storey tower with 189 residential apartments and 2,500 sqm of commercial-zoned retail at 325 Mann St.”
Michael Ajaka said Gosford boasts an enviable location on the Central Coast, a short drive from Terrigal and the picturesque seaside town of Avoca Beach, and only approximately 25 minutes from the northern Sydney suburb of Hornsby.
“More than $1.5 billion in development applications have been lodged in the fast growing Gosford region in the last 18 months,” he said.
“This includes the $250 million Mariner’s Plaza, $300 million worth of prime location waterfront developments, the $650 million Gosford Alive project, and a $368 million upgrade of Gosford Hospital, directly opposite new developments at 325 and 333 Mann St.”
Samuel Hadgelias said Ray White Commercial NSW is seeking interest from local, national and international buyers.
“Currently Gosford is experiencing strong pre-sales for residential units being sold off the plan, which is beneficial for both developers and buyers seeking good value in the market for new units,” he said.
JMGM currently has more than $120 million in developments in progress with a focus on high-quality residential and mixed-use developments across Sydney and along the eastern seaboard.