The design is primarily based around orientation, where all units are east or west in orientation, and where the majority of the dual aspect units enjoy a southerly aspect.
As per the development plan, the site have been divided to create a new vehicular and pedestrian street. This division helps creates a greater urban realm, increasing potential ground floor retail accommodation and removes vehicular access traffic off the main thoroughfares.
The main facade along Belgard Square North is setback from the main road, creating new pedestrian routes for retail and commercial use at street level. The saw-tooth setout of the facade helps define corner units, with quality external spaces adjoining, suitable for a multitude of activities and uses.
Access to the podium level is either via stairs, connecting the street level to each of the five landscaped courtyards, or from one of the nine lift lobbies.
All residential blocks have direct access to the car park beneath the landscaped podium.
94,000 sq. m