This large land holding in Randwick, formerly the Nissan car dealership, is located on a corner site bound by Avoca, Barker and Dine Streets. The site was initially acquired with the intention of reconfiguring the existing development consent for 53 dwellings into smaller one and two bedroom apartments within the approved envelope to cater to market demand.

The design is the result of close collaboration between the architectural and urban design teams at Jackson Teece. This ensured that the design integrates sympathetically with the existing varying contexts of the three streets in terms of built form, building heights, architectural character and landscape treatments. The building form defines the corners at street intersections.

The Jackson Teece design achieved Joint Regional Planning Panel and Randwick Council approval for 124 dwellings while achieving better amenity and open space for residents within a less bulky building envelope. Greater setbacks to main street frontages were achieved by negotiation with Council and residents, and through the use of a variety of housing types.