Stratton Terrace Development to Bring New Dining or Lifestyle Amenities to Manly

Statton Terrace
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An ongoing development site on Stratton Terrace, located a few metres away from Manly Harbour Village, could make way for an exciting lineup of dining establishments or other lifestyle amenities to the bayside suburb.



The $40-million development of 191 Stratton Terrace comes as Manly experiences a renaissance in its dining and retail scene with the revamp of Manly Boathouse, the changes at The Manly Hotel, the facelifts at the Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club, and the addition of new restaurants with interesting concepts, such as The Arsonist. 



The building has been designed to be low and set back from the street. Its facade will be featured with weatherboard and metal screen elements to blend with the appearances of the other buildings in the precinct. 

DeMartini Fletcher, the developer behind 191 Stratton Terrace, has listed the ground floor spaces on the market to find the right food establishments that could deliver a fresh dining experience for locals and their guests.

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Up for grabs are a 187-sqm strata-titled premises, a 112-square metre indoor/air-conditioned restaurant, and a 75-square metre alfresco dining space with a 20-metre frontage. Whilst the sites are ideal for food or retail, the spaces may also be viable for use as a medical or consulting office or a facility with similar services.

Designed by Ellivo, the building has a neutral colour palette that reflects the beach houses around Manly. The structure has distinct soft curves that weave around the facade to deliver a continuity of texture that imitates the ripples of the baywater.

Photo Credit: DeMartiniFletcherProperty