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Image of LAHC's new St Marys social housing redevelopment




14 Phillip Street, St Marys

New dwellings:


New tenants:

Around 53 residents

Construction cost:

$16.9 million

We completed our 5-storey building on Phillip Street, just 8 minutes’ walk from St Marys Station and the future St Marys Metro station, in 2022.

The architecturally designed building contains 23 one-bedroom and 21 2-bedroom units, with 20 basement car parking spaces. These homes will help meet the strong local demand for smaller dwellings, including from local tenants currently living in properties with unused bedrooms.

The property features landscaped communal areas and incorporates environmental design features, including solar power for common areas and a central rainwater tank for the gardens. It has a 7-star rating under the Australian Government’s Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS).

Image of new kitchen in LAHC's St Marys redevelopment
Example of a kitchen in the Phillip Street redevelopment

The development has 2 lifts and 5 adaptable units for residents with mobility issues. All units have been built to the Livable Housing Australia guidelines.

We partnered with McGregor Westlake Architecture and Growthbuilt on the project.

Image of the St Marys site before redevelopment
Image of the Phillip Street site before redevelopment