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Masonry alternative for residential terrace developments

28 July 2016

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When Tribeca Property Group constructed a new housing development at Edgware Road, Enmore, the comapny advertised the development as ‘a stunning collection of ten terraces in Sydney’s vibrant inner-west suburb of Enmore. With high expectations of quality from customers, Tribeca required the best building products, which included courtyard terrace walls around the new property development. The solution needed to provide cost-effective masonry alternatives, without compromising on the overall aesthetics of the properties.



With the bar set high, ModularWalls required a solution that enhanced the modest street front presence of these new buildings.

A stylish TrendWall design – incorporating a range of ‘Woodgrain’ aluminium slat infills, gates and stylish letterboxes – was selected to set the character for the exterior of the property whilst maintaining the privacy of the high-end clientele from constant foot and road traffic. Ten separate front yards were divided by the TrendWall system and all complied with strict local council requirements.

Ultimately, TrendWall proved to be a cost-effective and profitable solution for the developers, whilst creating a stylish finish to the property.