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Landmark East End development provides legacy for IRIS Capital

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Residents and retailers will begin to take up occupancy in IRIS Capital’s landmark East End development after stage one of the project was officially opened today.

City of Newcastle Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes joined IRIS Capital CEO Sam Arnaout at the East End Village, the endeavour’s community centrepiece, to cut the ribbon to signify the milestone on Thursday 8 April.

The project has been more than four years in the making, following IRIS Capital successfully tendering to redevelop the four-block, master-planned site in 2016. 

Stage one, that is boarded by Hunter, Perkins, King and Wolfe streets, was significantly transformed while remaining true to its historic origins.

It delivers three residential towers that will collectively…



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