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Harold Park
 
 

Harold Park was a large trotting track that became redundant. The City of Sydney Council developed a series of master plans for the site which was purchased by Mirvac.

There was significant community concern about the new development and this has led to the majority of the new apartments being at 8 storeys or lower. As an offset for the community a large 3.8 hectare part of the site was made into parkland and an old tramshed converted into community facilities.

The overall site is around 10 hectares which means the project is able to develop its own character in a manner that fits in with the surrounding areas. A light rail network is adjacent to the site and the shops of Glebe Point Road are within walking distance.

Find out more at haroldparkbymirvac.com