20-80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont,

Switching Station and Star City Casino site - Section 75W modification of the project approval for The Star City Casino, Pyrmont, comprising: • Partial demolition of existing building/structures; • Construction of a 237m tower including podium and basement to provide for: - 220 hotel rooms - 204 residential apartments - 204 basement car parking spaces - a neighbourhood centre within podium • Construction of an extension above The Star Pirrama Road frontage to provide for a multiuse landscaped event-space and amenities for The Star, hotel and residential uses; • An overall increase in gross floor area of 48,840 m2 (to 189,040 m2); • Internal and external amendments to the existing buildings, including façade works, amendments to tenancies, roofs, awnings and associated works; • Amended operational hours and patron capacities for food and beverage tenancies; • Pirrama Road transport interchange, loading dock and local road infrastructure upgrades; • Lighting strategy including special events lighting; • Stormwater, public domain and landscaping upgrades; • Building and business identification signage and road signage upgrades; and • Consolidate/surrender existing development consents and signage approvals.

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  1. David Zaoui commented

    The building is too large and over shadows the neighbourhood. I totally disapprove of this development. The Star always had a height restriction and they have blatantly ignored the height restrictions of the neighbourhood.

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