Property Developer, Meriton, have proposed their plans for the second part of their Dee Why development which are said to “significantly enhance” the area.
The proposal can be viewed on the council’s website and open to public submissions in February.
The second round of development will see a total of 357 apartments being built across two 17 storey high towers. Also, as part of the $133 million plan the developer has proposed a childcare centre with 130 places for children and plenty of commercial space for shops, cafes and offices. Photos also show a modern outdoor town square plaza for the community.
Developer Harry Triguboff said, “We like the Dee Why area and are looking forward to revitalising the town centre with a much-needed facelift, new residential apartments and a thriving retail and outdoor dining hub.”
Mr Triguboff believes that the development will uphold the strong sense of community in the Dee Why township.
Photo by Scott Turner