Gosford Alive will cement Gosford as the capital of the Central Coast

Artist impression toward Kibble Park

Lederer Property described itself as the specialist place-making and urban renewal division of Lederer Group.

With a property portfolio across NSW, including retail, office, residential and industrial, Lederer Property is committed to the active management of these assets and the delivery of development projects that elevate and optimise destinations to their fullest potential, and that generate positive social, economic and cultural benefits for their communities.

Building on a history of business success, chairman Paul Lederer leads Lederer Group in bringing together a number of leading cross sector businesses and brands including Lederer Property, Tomkin, a leading supplier of quality cookware and dining ware to the Australian hospitality industry, and Tuscany Cheese, a producer of premium cheese.

Lederer is also the chairman and majority owner of the Western Sydney Wanderers. The new Gosford Alive precinct is designed to actively promote the health and wellbeing of the community with inclusion of a proposed medical centre, gym and childcare centre.

Transit-Oriented Development principles will connect the precinct seamlessly to existing public transport nodes and promote walkability. Mr Marek Ristwej, general manager of property at Lederer Property, said the vision for Gosford Alive represents the start of an exciting new era for the city.

“With Gosford Alive we’re proud to contribute to the NSW Government’s vision to establish Gosford as the capital of the Central Coast,” Mr Riswej said. “Gosford Alive is a game changer for the city, which will transform the CBD into a welcoming vibrant place that will attract residents and make the community proud,” he said.

“Lederer Property has a long-term relationship with the region through its ownership of the Imperial Centre.

“As urban renewal specialists, we have long since identified the huge potential for Gosford to evolve into a thriving, characterful coastal city and we are deeply committed to working with Gosford Council and the community to deliver this transformational vision at such an exciting time for Gosford.”

Media release, Feb 22, 2016 Natalie Cameron, DEC PR

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