New $44.4 Million Mixed-Use Development Proposed on Maroubra Road

New $44.4 Million Mixed-Use Development Proposed on Maroubra Road

Did you know that a nine-level, mixed-use development could soon be built on Maroubra Road, offering 57 apartments plus retail and commercial spaces once approved?



Lindsay Bennelong has lodged a proposal for a mixed-use development project in Maroubra. The 1,512 sqm site, located at 138 Maroubra Road, was acquired by the company in 2022. 

The current office building on the site will be demolished to facilitate the proposed nine-level building that is estimated to cost $44.4 million and will offer a mix of retail, commercial, and residential spaces.

Under the proposal, 57 apartments will be constructed, offering a range of one to four-bedroom units. The ground floor will feature two retail spaces, while the first floor will house a commercial office space surrounded by a landscaped outdoor area. 

The outdoor spaces will include outdoor kids’ play space, an outdoor gym, and built-in seating around turfed areas, providing residents with access to a range of recreational facilities.

New $44.4 Million Mixed-Use Development Proposed on Maroubra Road
Photo credit:  Randwick City Council / onlineservices.randwick.nsw.gov.au

On the eighth level of the building, there will be two outdoor spaces. The first space will have an outdoor barbecue and kitchen area, communal dining space, and community garden planters. The second outdoor space will be smaller but will have similar facilities as the first.

Beneath the building, car parking is situated and mechanically ventilated, with entry available from Piccadilly Place. Access to all residential floors is provided through stairs and lifts directly from the basement levels, ensuring safety and ease of movement. The vehicular entry point is set into the site off Piccadilly Place, providing sufficient circulation and waiting space.



Peter Campbell, a renowned property figure, established Lindsay Bennelong in 2007. The company is currently involved in projects at Bondi Junction (Whitton Lane) and Crows Nest (Delano). In the previous year, the company submitted plans for constructing five beachside apartments at North Steyne’s dress circle in Manly.

 Published 12-April-2023