Australian Technology Park
Australian Technology Park (ATP) is set to become one of Australia’s leading smart neighbourhoods. The vibrant and renewed precinct is set to become a popular destination, not just for workers but for the wider community. From al fresco diners and pop up events to other proposed amenities, which could include a gym and supermarket, the streets and laneways will buzz with activity, attracting visitors from across town and catering to the needs of today’s modern, flexible workforce.
Surrounded by some of Sydney’s most established and thriving neighbourhoods, including Erskineville Village, Redfern, Alexandria and Eveleigh, ATP is an easy stroll to a diverse array of shops, cafes, bars, restaurants – everything we love about these popular suburbs.
Within the new precinct itself, leading urban transformation principles will provide a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces designed to inspire, engage and excite visitors while contributing to the creation of happy, healthy communities.
Curio Projects have been involved in the project since the beginning, including undertaking heritage feasibility studies through to archaeological excavations, the provision of specialist heritage advice, the preparation of SSDA Heritage Impact Statements, Community Consultation, Interpretation Plans and the development of a new hybrid of cultural heritage tourism, retail and commercial development at this iconic heritage site.
. Heritage Feasibility Study
. Heritage Impact Statements
. Archaeological Excavation Permits - Historical
. Archaeological Assessment – Aboriginal and Historical
. Interpretation Strategies
. Community Consultation
. State Significant Development Project (SSDA)
City of Sydney