This key site in central Manly was designed to reinforce the urban form of the centre and the residential/retail pattern of the area. The design formed a ‘village square’ with several housing precincts of differing scales and unit types above a ground floor retail area including supermarkets, a library and shops. The “village square” links via an arcade to The Corso retail strip, to provide an integrated public realm. The village-style development of 162 units provides a wide variety of apartments with access to landscaped communal courtyards and pool decks.
Featured in the NSW Residential Flat Pattern Book.