The development is an urban renewal project of 282 units over 4 buildings and 9 townhouses. 72 units were sold to private owners and 210 units and the townhouses were retained by HousingFirst for community housing. The retained community housing comprises 148 one bedroom apartments, 52 two bedroom apartments, 1 three bedroom apartment, 7 three bedroom townhouses and 2 four bedroom townhouses.
One building of 93 units is allocated to older persons 55 years and over and has capability for tenants to age in place with lift access, stepless bathrooms, modifiable features and the ability to establish on-site support. Across the whole project there are a total of 75 one and two bedroom apartments that are disability modified or adaptable in the future.
The households allocated to the project have a mix of housing backgrounds; some have experienced housing related stress, some are receiving pensions and benefits and some are key workers. All have links to the community.
Powerhousing Australia National Award for Leadership and Innovation 2014.
Finalist in the Property Australia Awards 2014 in the category of Best Residential Development.