27 Hampden Street


27-35 Hampden Street, PADDINGTON

Completed in 1998

When completed, Elizabeth Farrelley, the architectural editor of Sydney Morning Herald, in her full page weekend editorial, described the development simply as the answer for the “Modern Terrace Living” with abundant light, natural ventilation and space. The Architect received national awards and went on to design some of the most significant housing projects in the nation at the time, including Jacksons Landing in Glebe and Honeysuckle in Newcastle.
The Hampden terraces today are still the benchmark for medium density development around the nation.