Glebe is an inner-city suburb of Sydney. Glebe is located 3 km south-west of the Sydney central business district and is part of the local government area of the City of Sydney. The suburb of Ultimo lies to the east and the suburbs of Annandale and Forest Lodge lie to the west. The southern boundary is formed by Parramatta Road and Broadway. Broadway is a locality around the road of the same name, which is located on the border of Glebe, Chippendale and Ultimo. Glebe Point road is the main road through the suburb, featuring a shopping strip, known for its specialty shops, restaurants and cafes. The Broadway Shopping Centre was built on the landmark site of the former Grace Brothers department store.
Harold Park by Mivac is located approximately 2.5km from the Sydney CBD. The project will incorporate over 38,000 sqm of public open space, establishing an important green corridor linking Jubliee, Federal and Bicennetial Parks. An array of contemporary apartments are set in intimate, low and mid-rise buildings whilst terrace homes offer a modern take on the traditional Victorian terrace that line the local streets. Additionally, a vibrant retail quarter is proposed within the Heritage listed former Rozelle Tram Depot.
The local light rail link connects the Harold Park to the centre of Sydney. Glebe’s nearest railway station is Central, which is around a twenty minute walk away. The Metro Light Rail line has two stations in the suburb, Glebe and Jubilee Park, with the journey from Glebe to Central taking just under twenty minutes. The 431 and 433 buses run regularly from Millers Point via George Street, Broadway and Glebe Point Road, terminating at Glebe Point and Balmain respectively. The journey time from Glebe Point Road to Town Hall on either of these services is typically between ten and twenty minutes. Glebe Point Road is also serviced by the 370 bus, which runs from Leichhardt to Coogee via Newtown, Alexandria and UNSW.
|Type:||Apartments (Studio, 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms & TerraceHouse)|
|Prospected Completion:||End of 2014|
|Tenant portfolio:Rental Return:||ProfessionalsFrom 5% annually|