Mixed Retail with Bunnings Proposed for Newstead

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Bunnings Group Limited has submitted a DA for a large mixed use development located at 142 – 160 Breakfast Creek Road, Newstead.

The proposed mixed use development comprises of a new Bunnings Warehouse which will have a total floor area of 17,206.84m², consisting of the main warehouse, outdoor nursery, bagged goods area, café and timber trade sales area.

The ground floor contains six separate mixed use tenancies consisting of retail and/or office space and totalling 1,580m2.

The total GFA proposed (Bunnings Warehouse + mixed use tenancies) is 18,883.77m2 over three storeys.

Street activation is incorporated along all street frontages with tenancies at ground, large entry foyer and glazing, battening and articulation in the facade.

Key features include:

  • A distinctive saw-toothed roof design which references the historical building forms in the Newstead locality. The saw-tooth roof ‘folds’ down the building facade, breaking the centre of the building into a series of 10m wide segments
  • A cross-block link is proposed on the northern edge of the building, activated by ground floor tenancies;
  • Ground floor activation is provided for the full length of Breakfast Creek Road and on all building corners.
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According to the DA, approximately 540 construction jobs will be created as a result of the project with around 230 permanent jobs upon completion.

The DA number for this development is A004031806.

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Building amenities

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Building greenery (Buildings that breathe)

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Public realm / Street activation

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Sustainability

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By 04 reviewer(s)

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    Lachie Garthados

    I can’t wait to taste these sexy snags! Better be reduced to a $1.50. I want to go to bunnings right now and shoved their sausages down my throat

    February 20, 2017

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    Peter

    Pity the Business’s on the west side of Ross St get to look at the poo end all day 🙁

    February 19, 2017

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    Lauren

    This is a great idea, this Bunnings will be better then the Albion one and bring back some life to that end of the area

    April 20, 2015

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    Eric Schultz

    What a crap use of a prime site. The big box belongs in the outer suburbs

    February 3, 2015

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