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31 August 2020 Posted by 


Historic Union Hotel site transformed
WORK is well underway on the construction of the Archibald, a futuristic two tower project in the site of the historic old Union Hotel.
The site at the corner of Mann St and Donnison St has traditionally been the gateway to Gosford.
It Is seen by many as the next major step in the revitalisation of the Gosford CBD with the three tower “Waterview” set to start along with the Leagues Club redevelopment..
First approved in 2015 by the Joint Regional Planning Panel as Mariner’s Plaza, the development has seen several changes, with the final modification approved last November under Section 4.55 by Central Coast Council.
Macarthur Projects Managing Director Greg Walker said the $400m development would feature two towers of 26 and 27 levels respectively in a world class urban precinct overlooking Brisbane Water.
The development is named after Archibald Acheson, the second Earl of Gosford from the 1830s.
It features 289 apartments, a roof-top bar on the eastern tower, a public bar on the Mann St promenade, a wine bar and boutique retail on the ground level and 800 car parking spaces.
The Eastern Tower will be a 167-room, 4-star hotel with a conference facility and a day spa. Level 5 will have pools for both residents and hotel guests along with a gym.


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