91-93 Riley Street Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Amalgamation of 3 lots, demolition of existing buildings at 95-97 and 99-107 Riley St, alterations and additions to the existing building at 91-93 Riley St, and the erection of a multi storey mixed use development containing a total of 67 residential units with a supermarket and restaurant at ground level. The proposed development comprises a 13 storey tower linked via a podium terrace to a 5 storey building with 3 levels of basement split level car parking and loading dock.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 8 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: City of Sydney, reference D/2012/1557)


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  1. EVELYN KLOPFER commented

    Sadly it is another development JUST where everybody these days wants to make money of one sort or another. I am writing to the Council about this today anyway.

    I am shocked at the 13 storey building, but also a little worried about the 5 storey building in front of it in Riley Street. I have lived here for 42 years, and we LOVE our area, and want to continue to love it.

    However, the description and picture of the building on Riley Street is a hotchpotch of frontage and although it may not have to be Heritage, it looks like a fifties spec-builder thing - built in a hurry. NOT the sort of thing we need in Riley Street. Perhaps they could come down a couple of floors and also design the front so that it looks RIGHT here! At the moment it would be a disgrace. Three storeys and a different design for the frontage would be a good start!
    Maybe we can argue about the huge apartment building? There is no parking here and we wonder about that and its implications on other people in the area further South.
    Sorry, but I DO CARE.
    Evelyn Klopfer

  2. Ben Drayton commented

    I agree with everything Evelyn has written. I've lived on Stanley St for close to 20 years, this development will be a visual blight on our area and adversely affect it's character and amenity, in terms of parking (already stretched to breaking point), blocking district views for many neighbours and overshadowing our low rise neighbourhood.

    The thought of enduring still more construction noise just after the two year renovation of the Residence apartment block and the simultaneous construction of the new auditorium at Sydney Grammar is particularly distressing.

  3. Stephen Thompson commented

    City of Sydney

    The development application for 91 - 93 Riley Street for an apartment tower is totally in appropriate for this place which is of national heritage significance. If this and the new auditorium at Sydney Grammar goes ahead it will permanently destroy what is left of old East Sydney and Little Italy.

    Stephen Thompson
    Surry Hills NSW 2010

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