property4media.com – Luxury Twenty-First Century Living With an Old World Soul in Rosebery

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The Burcham in part, is a redevelopment of Rosebery’s 1918 Wrigley’s Gum factory and the name is borrowed from the original building’s architect John Burcham Clamp. The heritage-listed building is an outstanding piece of Chicago-esque architecture with a strong industrial design, which retains part of the existing structure coupled with two new residential buildings. Featuring 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, architects Allen Jack+Cottier have created beautifully appointed residences with up to 4.0m-high voluminous ceilings.

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The Urban Developer – Inside The Burcham: From Gum Factory To Sydney’s Latest Urban Transformation

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The Burcham in Rosebery is a residential development with one foot firmly planted in the past and the other way ahead of its time. This visionary development challenges conventions with its environmental approach and cutting edge design, courtesy of the Stable Group – an award-winning team that’s leading the way in sustainable commercial and residential projects.

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