Cbus Property, the award-winning integrated property developer behind the Newmarket Randwick multi-stage masterplan in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, will launch its highly anticipated second stage next month.
Architecturally designed by Bates Smart and named for the streets it occupies, Young & Fennelly comprises 116 one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury residences across a seven-storey boutique “New Deco”-style residential apartment building, enjoying a parkland setting to the south and Botany Bay views.
In a first for the masterplan, Young & Fennelly will also feature 11 north-facing three-bedroom terraces. Opening directly to the street and featuring sunny living areas and light-filled courtyards, the spacious floorplans are flexible, with a bedroom or study on the ground floor.
Cbus Property’s Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Pozzo, said Young & Fennelly responded to a post-COVID-19 lifestyle centred around family connection, open space, amenity and the joys of home.
“If anything has become evident in the wake of the pandemic, it is that people enjoy having all of their creature comforts in one place,” he said.
“Furthermore, homebuyers are looking for an increased level of open space and amenity in and around their homes.
“Young & Fennelly’s quiet park-side setting and proximity to the cafes and restaurants of the popular retail and dining piazza, Newmarket Dining, which we delivered with the completion of Stages 1 and 1A of the Newmarket Randwick masterplan, reduce the need to venture too far from home.”
Bates Smart is also the architect behind Newmarket Randwick’s first stage, Newmarket Residences, and the Newmarket Randwick masterplan as a whole. Inspired by the parkland on its doorstep, Young & Fennelly’s design is defined by soft horizontal lines of curved white brickwork contrasted with scalloped bronze-coloured metal cladding, creating a stately building of refined elegance.
Inside, the design has been informed by Newmarket’s grand outdoor spaces, taking on the texture and colour of local flora, including paperbark, tallowwood, gum and Moreton Bay fig trees. A nod to the history of the stables is articulated through hardware touchpoints, statement light fittings and an overall palette of soft natural greens, whites and taupes.
The kitchens feature bleached timber with sophisticated yet relaxed textures and subtle stone veining. This continues in generous island benches that double as large communal tables, perfectly designed for entertaining at home. Young & Fennelly’s vertical timber accents and grooved joinery are a subtle reference to the original Newmarket Stables.
The bathrooms encompass luxurious yet practical front-lit vanities with contrasting black elements and feature stone walls, recalling grand Art Deco design with a contemporary twist. Minimal grout lines, large format tiling and mirrored cabinetry enhance the feeling of space and opulence.
A residents’ communal rooftop space on level four delivers lush pocket gardens by Arcadia Landscape Architecture and barbeque facilities for outdoor entertaining and relaxation.
Young & Fennelly joins Newmarket Randwick’s Stage 1, Newmarket Residences, and Stage 1A, Figtree Pocket, as well as the popular Inglis Park and Newmarket Dining retail and dining precinct. Since opening to the public in January 2020, Newmarket Dining has grown to encompass a diverse retail and dining offering, including Gelato Messina, Ribs & Burgers, Dumplings & Beer, Sella Vinoteca, Café Mckenzie, CaliPress, RaRa Ramen Randwick, Baccomatto Osteria and Barber Signature.
Young & Fennelly launches to the public on Saturday, 08 May 2021, with registrations of interest being taken from this week. Construction is anticipated to commence in late 2021, with completion due for mid-2023.
Limited completed residences in the project’s Stage 1A, Figtree Pocket, are also available for sale.
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