Connor awarded 'Excellence in High-Density Development' Connor awarded 'Excellence in High-Density Development'

7th August 2017 - On Friday evening, Connor - developed by Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House Australia was awarded 'Excellence in High-Density Development' at the 2017 UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence. Connor designed by Smart Design Studio comprises of 178 apartments, ground-floor retail and amenities such as the 12/7 concierge, residents lounge, gym and rooftop terrace. The building was completed earlier this year and residents moved-in through February and March - we couldn't be prouder of this win which further adds to our list of accolades for each building and the precinct. 

Judge's Comments
Connor is located in Central Park's urban renewal precinct between Sydney's southern CBD and historic Chippendale. The developer(s) have paid particular attention to the surrounding streetscape using a high-quality yet simple and durable pallet of materials and colours referenced back to the local context in the building's exterior. 

The understated entry leads to a bold and modern central lobby core producing a strong sense of arrive for the residents of Connor's 178 apartments. The architect used the extra depth of the block as an opportunity to provide a wide choice of different apartment layouts. High-quality interior finishes and common facilities, including the residents lounge, gym and rooftop garden make Connor a highly desirable place to live.
As part of Central Park, Connor includes a number of the precincts sustainable and environmental features, including the central thermal low-carbon tri-generation power plant and water recycling facilities. In an outstanding field of entries, Connor is a worthy winner.

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