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Central Coast Set For New $115 Million Entertainment And Residential Quarter

June 9, 2021 Lifestyle News No Comments

West Gosford will soon be home to a new $115 million entertainment and residential quarter with a best-in-class hotel, bespoke apartments and architecturally designed public spaces as part of a revitalisation of the racecourse district.

Proposed as the Central Coast’s newest must-visit entertainment and modern-living destination, this 1-hectare precinct opposite Gosford Racecourse will create more than 500 construction jobs and 130 ongoing jobs boosting the Central Coast’s tourism and hospitality sectors.

Envisioned by Luux Properties in partnership with Australian-owned hotel construction company Reward Group, the Conexions precinct will bring a number of ‘firsts’ to Gosford and meet several gaps in the accommodation and lifestyle market on the Central Coast.

Director of Luux Properties Leon Kmita believes that with more than one-hundred-and-fifty rooms, the project will transform Gosford Racecourse into one of NSW’s most popular entertainment destinations.

Mr Kmita said, “Gosford has great potential as the vibrant capital of the Central Coast and we’re delighted to be delivering to the local community the kind of entertainment precinct and facilities modern families and visitors have come to expect.”

Conexions will feature a variety of metropolitan dining venues, small bars and cafés, along with green spaces and family recreation areas. It will encompass a luxurious day spa, a resort-style recreational area with a ‘swim-up pool bar’ and water activity area for children.

The multi-faceted development will provide much-needed short-term accommodation options for Gosford’s nearby hospitals, and a mix of one, two and three bedroom units for permanent residents to help meet the growing local demand for homes.

For those looking for a sea-change move out of Sydney, the apartment buildings will include purpose-built co-working spaces – a first for the Central Coast, offering the perks of a corporate office while working from home – as well as greenspace, outdoor recreational areas, barbeques, and a gymnasium.

Director of Reward Group Christopher Donohue said that Conexions will be the new cornerstone of the West Gosford community.

Mr Donohue said, “We have worked hard to ensure this development will deliver value, opportunity and positive experiences for the people of the Central Coast, and we are excited to be building facilities which until now have been only available in major metropolitan centres.”

Working in consultation with the City of Gosford Design Advisory Panel for more than two years, the precinct has been carefully designed so that it adds value to the local area and protects important vistas to and from local landmark Presidents Hill.

Gosford Race Club CEO Daniel Lacey said that the new development would be a fabulous addition to the racecourse district, making it the perfect destination for a day out, a staycation or a mini-break.

“Locals and visitors will be able to enjoy race days, markets, world-class concerts, and private functions and events, all with top-end accommodation and fantastic restaurants and bars at their doorstep.”

Now that the proposal has reached this stage, Luux Properties and Reward Group are inviting the community to drop-in sessions to learn more about the project, meet the team and share feedback.

The proposal is an important piece in the transformation of West Gosford and will complement and enhance the revitalisation of the Gosford CBD.

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