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Manly Beach, South Steyne: New images of $80m beach office redevelopment

The Daily Telegraph

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Details of an $80 million redevelopment of a prime Manly beachfront site into “luxury” offices and a high-end eatery have been revealed. The former Whitewater Restaurant building on South Steyne will be bulldozed and replaced with three levels of offices for lease – all with sweeping views across the beach to the Tasman Sea. There will be retail allowed on the ground floor, but the developers have indicated they were looking at leasing the space to a “high-end” restaurant and bar.

The now named “White Water” development was given planning approval in November by the Northern Beaches Local Planning Panel. A panel meeting was told by a planning consultant for Fortis that “it’s quite a unique application in Manly. “This is one of the rare applications where you don’t have an application for shop-top housing in front of you, but you have an application for 100 per cent commercial.”

Fortis described White Water as its “flagship project that would have an “end value” of $80m. It said the “ambitious redevelopment will transform the site into luxury beachfront offices spanning three levels and feature a vibrant street-level retail precinct”. Belle Property Commercial Northern Beaches senior executive Klaudia Brown said the development had the “potential to redefine Manly”.

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