Four unique precincts characterise Perry Lakes, each with its own design requirements taking cues from the site's rich history and the neighbouring community of Floreat. The redevelopment of this exclusive location embraces sophisticated structure and seamless integration with the natural surrounds of the Perry Lakes Reserve.
The Perry Lakes Stadium site was an important part of the lives of Western Australian's since Perth hosted the 1962 British Empire and Commonwealth Games. This international event, which placed Perth on the world stage, showcased modern design, innovation, and master-planning of the Games Village. From the 1960s onward, the Modernist architectural style emerged and influenced house design including building techniques, use of materials and planning.
While the old stadium has retired gracefully, the art deco scoreboard remains to keep watch over a new era for this land as a quality residential estate, just seven kilometres from the Perth CBD. Symbols of athletic achievement and inspiration are around every corner, from the street names and public art, to the exercise platforms and running track that meanders around this leafy parkland estate.
The vision for Perry Lakes is to continue the modern architectural tradition. By combining the best of the past and present, Perry Lakes offers an exclusive lifestyle opportunity in one of Perth's most prestigious suburbs.
The first residents have now moved in. It's envisaged that more than 1,200 people will soon call Perry Lakes home.