APPROVED! March 2019

Adin Lang
2 min readMar 6, 2019
Approved development on the corner of South Terrace and Parry Street.

City of Fremantle Planning Committee has unanimously approved the long overdue development of the vacant Synagogue on the corner of South Terrace and Parry Street.

Internally, the proposed development creates multiple zones, including a basement area and mezzanine ‘Roof Deck’ that will allow a viewing platform down South Terrace.

Externally, the landmark corner site represents a gateway into our City, with redevelopment contributing towards the ongoing revitalisation of Fremantle.

Side view showing the proposed Roof Deck.

While each zone will be an individual tenancy, the use of a Tavern License will allow patrons to freely move around the venue if they wish.

The application details four separate tenancies for the existing site, being:

  1. Beer garden to be developed in the existing partially constructed basement level.
  2. Basement bar under the existing synagogue.
  3. Front bar in the existing shop tenancies.
How the site currently looks — vacant for over 10 years.

The applicant confirmed this evening that they plan to commence development as soon as possible, with doors opening in November 2019.

Below are detailed drawings of each individual level and zone:

Ground Floor.
First Floor.