15 Fisher Road
The site has a stage 1 da approved for 98 apartments in 4 buildings set over 4 levels with further uplift available STCA. This site has huge setbacks and a low site coverage making it a very interesting opportunity with a huge amount of light and cross ventilation making it easily compliant for further amendments. The setbacks ensure that there is a minimum of traffic noise or interruption from neighbours however it is 150m to the town centre, this gives the site the ability to develop a higher quality of product that will enjoy a higher sqm rate of on sales.
- Approximately 10,000 sqm Da approved
- Located in the heart of Dee Why
- Dramatic Ocean and district views
- Stage 1 da in place for 98 apartments
- Opportunity for further uplift STCA
- Occupying the crest of a hill
- Fantastic set backs on all sides
- Premiere Dee why site above the rest
- Opportunity to develop a different product
- 19 km to Sydney CBD, 1.3 km to Beach
EOI closing date 24th July
Available once you supply us with full contact details is access to
- Information memorandum
- Stage 1 da approval and plans
- Planning documents
- All reports and studies on the site
- Council documents
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Dee Why Neighbourhood Profile
As if having the Northern Beaches most iconic beach – Manly – just around the corner wasn’t enough, Dee Why also boasts its own local stretch of pristine coastline perfect for families to enjoy as part of their day to day life. With cosmopolitan restaurants and retail all around and plenty of fantastic schools to help the local kids thrive, Dee Why is growing every day into the destination along the Northern Sydney coast.
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