Leading Australian developer and builder, TOGA Group, is one step closer to delivering its revitalised mixed-use precinct, Surry Hills Village, with construction recently commencing at the site. 

TOGA managing director, Allan Vidor was joined by the Lord Mayor Clover Moore at an official ceremony marking the milestone for the development.

The precinct is set to transform the former Surry Hills Shopping Village by delivering a collection of high-end residences, commercial office, speciality retail, fine dining restaurants, bars, cafés and boutique hotel.

“We are proud to be leading the transformation of this important site that will be a catalyst for the future shape of Sydney’s inner city,” Vidor said.

“Our vision is to deliver a precinct that will celebrate the authenticity of the neighbourhood while bringing the energy of new people and businesses to the suburb. 

“For our future residents, locals and visitors, we are creating a destination that will enrich the area, with exceptional dining and bars alongside some of Sydney’s best providores within a new retail laneway, commercial office building and public park.

“In addition, the precinct will include a boutique 102 room hotel with roof top pool and bar making Surry Hills Village a truly unique, once in a generation project that the community will enjoy for many years to come.”

Lord Mayor Clover Moore said as a Redfern local and Lord Mayor, he welcomes the revitalisation of the old Surry Hills shopping centre.

“It will be a vibrant, mixed-use development of apartments, supermarket, speciality shops and boutique hotel – bringing new life to the area and better serving the needs of the people who are living here.”

The master-planned precinct will feature 12,000 square metres of commercial and retail spaces, home to a Coles supermarket, specialty retail and customer parking, in addition to 122 luxury residences, 102 room high end boutique hotel, and 517 square metre public park.

Surry Hills Village is due for completion in early 2024.