The project

The project

Como Hub will be one of the first major Canning Bridge Activity Centre Plan mixed-use developments east of the river, and will become a focus of the area’s Cassey Quarter.

Location:

109, 111 and 113 Robert Street, and 469-471 Canning Highway, Como.

Site area:

5,698m2

Total

1,100m2

Commercial, retail
& restaurant

3000m2

Church, Early Learning Centre
& community facilities

Housing & facilities:

224

Apartments – studio, 1, 2, 3 bed

258

Underground bays for
residents & visitors

* Subject to change without notice

Adjacent to the future Cassey Street transport boulevard, it will be a place where locals, apartment residents and the site’s working population can enjoy genuine opportunities for living, recreation, worshipping and working.

The best practice, environmentally sustainable staged development will be an aesthetically welcoming, modern landmark comprising 224 apartments, including affordable accommodation, the Canning Bridge Early Learning Centre and community and commercial/retail/healthcare facilities.

Subject to planning approval, construction is scheduled in two to three stages, the first being a ten-storey building on the currently vacant triangle site at the corner of Robert Street and Canning Highway. Work on this stage is expected to commence as soon as possible. Once completed, the existing Church buildings – except the chapel – will make way for a twelve-storey building, and finally a 15 storey building. The Church’s almost 90 year old chapel and a large tuart tree will be preserved as heritage items for future generations.

The project will be created by international award-winning architects, DEM. The overall design of the public plaza space, the buildings and landscaping will be world-class. The project’s uniqueness will be enhanced by its strong community and not-for-profit ethos whilst adopting a best practice, environmentally sustainable design.