Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Around town


Attendance at Sydney Festival
Some 7000 people attended the major event, Urban, in the Sydney Festival’s program, at the Parramatta Riverside Theatres.

Promotion of projects
Parramatta. Riverside Theatres has welcomed back Anne Louise Wirth back to the venue’s marketing team for three-days a week to manage a number of marketing projects.

Pedestrian bridge to go
Parramatta City Council has approved the demolition of the existing pedestrian bridge between the former David Jones building, at 330 Church Street (the Meriton Apartments project), and the multi-storey car park fronting the Parramatta River.

Nine-storey building
Parramatta City Council has approved the demolition and construction of a nine-storey mixed use development, at 2 Sorrell Street, containing a ground floor commercial tenancy and function centre and 72 residential apartments over basement carparking.

Real estate appointment
Michael Wall has joined Jones Lang LaSalle as the company’s head of industrial for NSW. He will be based in Parramatta. He replaces Andrew Maher who has moved to a national role

Moves at the Family Court.
Justice David Collier has retired from the Parramatta Family Court. Judge Garry Foster, of the Federal Circuit Court, and the Northern Territory Chief Magistrate, Hilary Hannam, have been appointed to the Parramatta Registry of the Family Court.

Place manager sought
Parramatta City Council has advertised for a manager, place services, whose duties include building strategic partnerships between council, property owners and local businesses, agencies and community groups.

$10 million investment

The Hunt Group Pty has a DA approved for the demolition and the construction of a 10-storey mixed use development containing 4 ground floor commercial tenancies and 46 residential apartments over 3 levels of basement carparking with strata subdivision, at 5 Hunter Street, in the CBD. Approximate cost of construction is $10 million


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