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32 Mann Street, Gosford

The development of 32 Mann Street will help to revitalise Gosford's economy and reinforce the city's importance as the regional capital of the Central Coast.

Property NSW undertook an analysis of the remaining former Gosford Public School site and prepared a Development Application (DA) for the new building at 32 Mann Street, Gosford. 

The successful proponent to develop the site was St Hilliers. Development of a new six storey, 7,000sqm mixed-use building was completed in late 2018. It consists of a mid-rise commercial building with a mixed-use ground floor that supports retail uses. 

The site occupies a key location in Gosford and provides an important link between the CBD and waterfront.

Key elements of the development include:

  • environmentally sustainable design
  • active street front, with ground floor cafes and alfresco dining, and
  • flexible open plan design with views from the upper levels.

The building accommodates 300+ positions from the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI). It delivers on the Government’s 2015 election commitment and forms part of the Government’s Decade of Decentralisation Policy, offering more opportunities for people to live and work on the Central Coast. The development is part of a broader concept plan for the eventual redevelopment of 1.1 hectares of government land in Gosford. Development of the site is consistent with both the NSW Government’s Draft Central Coast Regional Plan, and the State Government’s plans for revitalising the Gosford waterfront precinct.

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