Containing 4 units, that later became 7 units and the construction of 4 brand new double storey townhouses that sat above the car park to the complex with the construction of a suspended slab on concrete columns. With the renovation of the existing heritage building through re-pointing of the external walls, new landscaping, restoring the stone fence work and new internal finishes combined with the addition of the 4 brand new townhouses with modern finishes this project came together to win the HIA award for the apartment complex of the year ($5 million and under 10 stories) and apartment of the year 2015.
Text-top - Sydney Telegraph – ‘A Boutique Blockbuster’ Victoria Ave, Chatswood consisted of 4 units prior to commencing the works to the property. The roof of the existing building was removed to add two penthouse apartments to the top of the building. The entire complex had an overhaul to create a unique modern living environment. With steel framed balconies to allow all units’ access to a large balcony setting. Two-car stacker was installed to the rear of the property to create off street parking for the residents.
Text-top - Oakley Rd, Bondi was an extremely dilapidated building that had a complete make over to the entire property through the renovation of the 6 existing units. With a brand new rendering to the front façade and landscaping to the entire property this property turned out to be a great success and gave an old building new life.
Text-top - Avoca Street, Randwick is the largest project that B&M has undertaken. An existing Double brick and timber dilapidated building was on the property prior to the commencement of building works. This was turned into a 19 apartment complex with the addition of a fourth floor to the top of the building and 4 townhouses that was constructed from new on either side of the existing structure. Combined with 3 car stackers and newly established landscaping this combined to be an amazing complex.