119 Booth Street Annandale NSW 2038

The partial demolition of the former Commonwealth Bank building at 119 Booth Street, Annandale and construction of a three-storey co-living development; and alterations and additions, plus site remediation to an existing boarding house at 121-125 Booth Street, and change of use to ‘co-living’. Overall the new co-living development will provide 91 co-living rooms connected across the two sites with integrated communal indoor and outdoor spaces.

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(Source: Inner West Council, reference DA/2023/0900)

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  1. Benjamin Cullen commented

    I fully support the development at 119 and 121-125 Booth Street in Annandale. The transformation of the former Commonwealth Bank building into a three-storey co-living space, along with the refurbishment of the existing boarding house, is a visionary move. With 91 co-living rooms and integrated communal areas, this project promises to enhance community living and revitalise our neighbourhood. I'm excited to see how this development will positively shape Annandale's urban landscape.

  2. Dominic Behrens commented

    I strongly support this proposal. The current building is tired, old and detracts from the streetscape. This development would provide additional desperately needed housing in a well located area, providing additional customers for local businesses and supporting a vibrant community. The proposed design is of high quality and would substantially improve the amenity of the area.

  3. Phillip Balding commented

    Looks great, huge improvement - I would love to see this old bank at 119 Booth Street turn into housing, it is desperately needed here. This will be something diverse too that struggling people might be able to afford, including folks priced out of the area such as myself. I wish it were legal to be even bigger and with more housing.

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