With inspiration drawn from the character of the surrounding Randwick neighbourhood, our ambition is to foster an environment that honours diversity of people and place. Through considered design, we are building a new neighbourhood that will take on the spirit of the predecessors of this remarkable site.
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Designed by Bates Smart, Newmarket Residences will be the gateway to this new neighbourhood. Two 8-storey apartment buildings with a vibrant retail piazza right at its doorstep.
5000sqm park with open green spaces, arbors with outdoor seating and bbq facilities.
The former Sales Ring has been transformed into a playground, where children of all ages can play and learn under the shade of the treasured Grand Old Fig Tree.
The freestanding heritage home has been purchased by the Montessori Academy and will be adapted into a childcare centre.
This leafy, private pocket is perfectly positioned between Newmarket House, the Sales Ring, the Grand Old Fig Tree and the Big Stable creating a sense of peace and tranquility.See residences VIEW THE E-BROCHURE
The Big Stable will be gifted to Randwick for the benefit of the community.
Featuring designer parkside apartments and terraces, Young & Fennelly represents architectural beauty and a place of retreat from your vibrant neighbourhood below.
The Newmarket Masterplan, designed by four acclaimed architectural firms and led by Bates Smart, is set to deliver a diverse residential and retail precinct unlike anything Randwick has seen before. To keep informed on future residential releases, click below.Sign up to news
With beautiful brick facades, this limited collection of three- and four- bedroom Torrens-titled terrace homes are exclusively located on the newly created Chiltern Street, offering a true street address in the heart of Newmarket Randwick.See residences VIEW THE E-BROCHURE
Inspired by the grand terraces of Randwick and Centennial Park, Jane St. Terraces is a boutique collection of 16 beautiful three- and four-bedroom Torrens title terrace homes designed by award-winning SJB Architects.See residences VIEW THE E-BROCHURE
This neighbourhood is something very special. It is quiet, yet close to the city. It’s a site with beautiful big fig trees and great garden spaces. These aspects will be celebrated in Newmarket Randwick's design.
In building a community that celebrates diversity of people and demographics, a mix of homes have been designed to meet the aspirations of many.
Heights vary to work with the surrounding established streetscapes. Drawing on inspiration from the existing heritage structures, the residence buildings will feature complementary materials such as brickwork, precast concrete and fine metal balustrades.
Abundant gardens will surround the precinct. Grand old fig trees combine with new green spaces, outdoor seating and BBQ facilities.
The historic Sales Ring has been transformed into an interactive playground where children can play and learn, under the shade of the treasured grand old fig tree. Generous parks provide space for both fitness and fun. Green thumbs can tend to the nearby community garden, while families gather for a barbecue feast. Rest and enjoy the sunshine in the peaceful, secluded pocket parks.
Newmarket Dining is where the village comes to life. This ground floor piazza is home to various casual contemporary dining retailers and coffee outlets for the connoisseur. Food, family and friends will be focus, with the adjoining park allowing open space for all to play, rest and relax.
This heritage home has had several reincarnations since it began as John Dillon’s Newmarket Hotel in 1861. In 1906 the Inglis family moved their bloodstock operation to the site and over the years this exclusive residence turned into a private space for hire. The site was purchased by the Montessori Academy in 2020, with the intention of adapting the heritage home into a childcare centre.
Newmarket Stables has been a significant landmark in Randwick racing history, since it was first established in the early 1860s as a 12-room home with adjoining stables. Additional construction was carried out over the decades and in 1887 the Big Stable, as we know it today, was built and has housed thousands of racehorses over the last 130 years.
Cbus Property will honour the history of this landmark by handing it over to council for community use.