Go ahead of Toga and Danias’ Wicks Place

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THE family-run Danias Group and Toga have received development approval for Wicks Place, the first residential project in Marrickville’s Victoria Road Precinct.

As the first project for the new precinct, Wicks Place will deliver 272 apartments across five buildings as well as boutique retail, commercial spaces, and direct access to the adjacent Wicks Park.

“Our vision for Wicks Place is to create a thriving urban community that embraces the unique culture of Marrickville. Partnering with Danias allows us to leverage their extensive knowledge and understanding of the area to build homes that complement the suburb and future resident’s needs,” Toga CEO Fabrizio Perilli said.

Wicks Place is anchored by a 2,500 sqm public precinct on the ground floor which will include a diverse mix of retail and commercial spaces.

Danias Holdings CEO Angelo Angelopoulos said the family has a long and deep connection with Marrickville.

“We are extremely passionate about the suburb’s future and fostering its creative industries.

“We’ve been working for many years to carefully plan and deliver a vibrant, mixed-use community – a place where you can live, work, and play, – and this approval brings our vision a step closer to being realised,”

“Elements such as the recently launched Timberyards project will ensure that there are accessible and affordable spaces for artists and entrepreneurs, all fostering the future success of the area. We are excited and honoured to be championing the next phase of revitalisation for the suburb.” Angelopoulos said.

Construction will commence in August 2020, and Wicks Place is set to be complete by late 2022.

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