Claremont on the Park

A place to live, work and relax

Claremont on the Park will bring a fresh new mix of living and business opportunities to re-connect the Claremont community currently divided by the railway line. It will literally bridge the tracks, extending what Claremont offers to provide new and different experiences.

More than 750 new homes will be created at Claremont on the Park. In addition, following $16million of State Government funding, the Claremont Football Club has re-opened new state-of-the-art clubrooms, incorporating facilities open to the community.

The historic railway building located within the Claremont on the Park development, The Goods Shed has become Perth's newest hub for culture and community.

In addition, in collaboration with Transperth we have delivered Western Australia’s first basement Park and Ride facility, seamlessly integrating the 200 bay train station car park into the Claremont on the Park development precinct.

The 9.4 hectare project site is located on the northern side of the Claremont railway station, bounded by the railway line, Graylands Road, Davies Road and Lapsley Road.

Bringing the area to life

We recently commissioned a vibrant wall mural by Perth favourite and regular contributor to the Perth urban art scene, Brad Eastman ‘Beastman’. The mural is designed to complement the Goods Shed and set the tone for the lively Claremont on the Park development.

Working in collaboration with our Goods Shed transformational partners FORM, and the Town of Claremont who canvassed the local schools to source interested students to be mentored by Beastman, the 55 metre mural took over three days to complete. Students from Methodist Ladies College and Scotch College worked alongside Beastman on the mural from 6 to 9 April.

We are also delighted that the creation of this mural was able to coincide with FORM’s Public Platform event series and the Town of Claremonts Art Transforming Claremont festival, which we are proud sponsors of and which will feature work by around 25 local designers and artists throughout the heart of Claremont.

Why not come on down and take a look

 

Claremont Football Club

Not many Perth suburbs enjoy the sound of roaring Tigers in their natural habitat, but Claremont on the Park is a rare exception.

Claremont Football Club have their ground and facility at the heart of the project and are set to re-open new state-of-the-art clubrooms on Saturday 10 June in conjunction with their first home game against East Fremantle.

 

 

Interested in calling Claremont on the Park home?

When complete, a range of contemporary apartments will be built around the oval, with small businesses and shops to create a lively place to live, work and socialise.

The Pocket by Georgiou Living (Lot 503)

The first residents have now moved in and nearly all of the apartments are sold but there are still a handful available. In June 2017, The Pocket received the Harold Krantz Award for Residential Architecture - Multiple Housing at the WA Architecture Awards. Visit the website for further information.

The Grandstand by Mirvac (Lot 504)

A development of one, two and three bedroom apartments as well as two bed terrace homes, cleverly designed to combine comfort with class. Visit the website for further information.

The Reserve by Mirvac (Lot 505)

A development of 92 one, two and three bedroom apartments, and an exclusive series of terrace residences. Prices start from $495,000. For further information, visit the website.

A new apartment complex by Blackburne (Lot 509)

Coming soon will be a 140 apartment complex offering one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses with a supermarket, shops, café and deli below. Visit the website for further information. 

A new network of landscaped public open space areas will include a pedestrian walk way around the Oval which will include seating, shade structures, BBQ facilities and a proposed play space for children. Green space will extend beyond Claremont Oval,  to promote foot traffic and access to local facilities on both sides of the railway tracks.

When it comes to getting around, the existing train station and bus routes to Perth and Fremantle are just a lazy drop punt from your front door.

Claremont on the Park is another major metropolitan Activity Centre to be delivered under the State Government’s Directions 2031 and Beyond initiative to address urban sprawl and promote jobs, connectivity, community and environmental benefits.

Watch a recent video showcasing the latest lot released for sale and an update on the project:

 

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