Australian owned and operated, Coronation brings a fresh perspective to urban precincts across Sydney, combining deep local knowledge with decades of development experience. As proud Sydney locals, the team is inspired by a connection to this incredible city, and work to create vibrant communities where people thrive. With place-making at their core, Coronation embraces the opportunity to unlock value – for people. The focus remains on developments that integrate with the community, yet stand independently as examples of design and building excellence.
Coronation generates value for its buyers by managing quality across the entire development lifecycle. This is underpinned by a commitment to people and the community, and is driven by innovative thinking, design excellence and quality objectives. From planning through to design, construction and development, marketing and sales, leasing and property management, homeowners benefit from Coronation’s involvement and view of long-term accountability for the homes they build – now, and well into the future.
Woods Bagot places human experience at the centre of their design process to create great homes and communities in Western Sydney. The practice is local and global simultaneously. Working from 16 studios in major cities around the world, their approach is intensely specific to each development. The power of place can’t be underestimated and what excites Woods Bagot about residential development is working with each location to draw out and build upon the elements that will make it a place people love.
Leading this project are award winning architects Domenic Alvaro and Tracey Wiles who work at the intersection of interiors and architecture with a considered, intelligent approach. The contemporary architectural visioning by Domenic and Tracey focuses on liveability and flexible functionality. On this project they have pioneered new thinking to integrate buildings with nature, obtain the best views, connect with the area’s history, and address considerations of local community, culture, and access to transport.View Site