A FOUR-STOREY development on Wharf Street in Cannington will include 10 holiday accommodation units.
Canning Council approved the proposal as part of plans to diversify living options in the City and attract tourists who want to be close to Perth.
The mixed-use construction will include two commercial units, 10 holiday accommodation units and 20 dwellings.
Residential options include six one-bedroom dwellings, 12 two-bedroom dwellings and two threebedroom dwellings. Canning Mayor Paul Ng said the City’s planned framework encourages a diversity of development and living option in the Canning City Centre.
“The $76 million Canning City Centre Regeneration Program will create greater amenity for the Canning community by delivering new parks and urban streams to support the anticipated increase in higher density living in the future,” he said.
“Development of this kind is welcomed by Canning as it will create a greater choice of living options and increased activity in the City Centre.”
Located on a 2000sq m site at 129 Wharf Street, the complex will have 41 car bays and communal space on the ground floor, including a gym.
The site is 850m to the Cannington train station and less than 300m to Westfield Carousel.