The Vision

For local property developer Third.i Group, developing the metro’s overstation precinct is a once in a generation opportunity. It’s also a deeply personal journey – working with the local community to contribute a valuable legacy to a place that has given their business so much over the years.

Hume Place represents an opportunity for us to give back to an area that has given us so much and we can’t wait to make it a reality for the community.”

Luke Berry,
Co-founder, Third.i Group

Precinct Overview

Coming soon
Metro Station

Crows Nest
Metro Station

The Crows Nest Metro Station will open up a world of convenience and connection, putting Crows Nest just seven minutes from the CBD and four minutes from Chatswood.

View More
Coming soon
Stage 1

Stage 1
Residential

The southern building at Hume Place will bring together stunning residences, retail, dining and co-working spaces – sustainably designed and community focused.

View More
Coming soon
Stage 2

Stage 2
Mixed Use

The northern section at Hume Place will be located above the Crows Nest Metro Station entry. Future plans aim to provide an enhanced focus on public spaces, with a proposed 15%^ dedicated to key and essential worker affordable housing.

View More

Precinct

A new chapter
for crows nest

Intensively researched and impeccably crafted by leaders in architecture, design and sustainability, the new precinct at Hume Place will thoughtfully integrate a mix of living, working and wellness options into a thriving village hub.

Masterplan

Spread across three sites, Hume Place is designed to integrate with the local topography and surrounding feel of the area. Each building will be unique, in keeping with the character of Crows Nest, with a focus on shared public spaces, green areas and sustainability.

Creating a
sense of place

The unique masterplan is the result of careful collaboration between experienced partners and community groups, led by internationally acclaimed architects Woods Bagot, Phoenix Property Investors and developer Third.i Group.

gradient bg

Highlights

One of the most exciting elements for me was the idea of creating place. How we’re extending on that village character is really important.”

Jason Fraser,
Principal Architect, Woods Bagot

Boost local economy

Quality retail shops, restaurants, gyms and coworking spaces to boost the local economy and create employment.

Ease housing pressures

A range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments to suit a variety of people's needs.

Sustainability

Built-in sustainability, including solar generation, rainwater capture and innovative waste solutions

Increase walkability

Hume Place will support and enhance public spaces, pedestrian access and cycleways

Affordable housing

A proposed 15% of dwellings on Stage 2 will be exclusively for key and essential worker affordable housing in perpetuity.

Indigenous consultants

Hume Place has been designed in careful consultation with Indigenous partners.

Precinct Principles

View the Creators
Principle 1

Connecting with country

The rich history of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples has laid the foundations for where we live and work today.

Principle 2

Transforming sustainability

From thoughtfully considered materials and transparent supply chains to solar renewable energy and water capture, Hume Place will be built for a future we can only imagine.

Principle 3

Making great homes

Hume Place is set to redefine urban living, with unparalleled views of Sydney harbour, corridors resembling streets with front yards and a range of residences to suit different needs.

Principle 4

Contributing to the precinct

Plans to improve public spaces, create new health and wellness facilities and provide dedicated housing for essential workers will enhance an already thriving community.

Stay

informed

Fill in your details below or call us at 02 9409 7200

We respect your privacy and your personal information will be maintained in accordance with our Privacy Policy, by clicking submit you agree to this policy.