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The Agency Group presents Como Central: A Once-In-A-Lifetime Development Opportunity

Chapter One Advisors < 1 mins read

A unique landmark development opportunity located on key transport routes only ten minutes south of Perth CBD on land zoned M15 has now become available in the premier riverfront suburb of Como. 

The Agency Perth and Luka Marinovich, as the exclusive selling agent, are pleased to offer For Sale 18 individual properties bordering Canning Highway, Cassey Street and Kwinana Freeway in Como, via Expressions of Interest.

The combined landholdings, known as “Como Central” offers an overall site of 4,791m2 located within the 8,526m2 Canning Bridge Activity Centre Plan M15 Zoned Cassey Quarter.

This landmark development site presents an opportunity for developers to acquire the largest M15 zoned land holding ever to be offered East of Canning Bridge. This high-density infill site is strategically positioned with direct connectivity to the $200 million planned Metronet upgrade of the Canning Bridge bus and train Station via the future planned pedestrian underpass and communal Piazza.

Como Central offers the astute developer and architectural firm a unique opportunity to make a statement and transform Perth's skyline with potential for three towers over 30 storeys high including 500 residential apartments and a range of mixed-use facilities including restaurants, hotel, bars, café and public parking all with community benefits.

Como Central offers unparalleled 360-degree panoramic views of the Perth City, Swan River, Kings Park, and the Darling Scarp. No other development site in the Canning Bridge precinct offers the scale, convenience, location and lifestyle like Como Central.

Contact details:

David Tasker

Chapter One Advisors 

T: +61 433 112 936


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