- Urban Design
- Landscape Architecture
Maroubra Junction Town Centre
GroupGSA partners with state and local government, policymakers and private developers to deliver city shaping precincts, architecture and public spaces, through our combined skills in urban design, landscape architecture and architecture. These projects have an impact at a city scale creating legacy and lasting community value.
Our team is experienced in master planning through to delivery of brownfield and greenfield sites, CBD visioning, strategy, development and feasibility planning. Our amassing portfolio spans urban renewal projects, CBD redevelopments, master planned communities and public realms. This includes parklands and plazas, precincts and town centres, skateparks, sportsfields and playgrounds.
Our clients benefit from a diverse pool of experts with a shared vision and passion for creating vibrant, meaningful destinations that are contextual to their people, place and culture, and will stand the test of time.
GroupGSA has completed major projects in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, and various locations in regional Australia.
Welcome to Sydney’s biggest back yard!
A vibrant living, working and active environment.
Blurring the lines between the passive and the extreme at Sydney Park.
Improved transport choices, better amenity and a balanced growth of housing and employment.
South West Sydney’s premier regional sporting and education destination.
The essence of play is to encourage exploration, testing and discovery.
Creating a village in the heart of a city starts with knowing a neighbourhood.
Retail banking is a highly competitive sector, that needs to respond dynamically to customer expectations, digital automation, economic pressures, agile competitors, and a physical location on the high street.
Embracing cycling does more than ease congestion.
The re-localisation of food production through urban farming provides an opportunity to access food which is produced and distributed in a district level – as a form of domestic urban food security.
We acknowledge First Nations peoples and their continuing connection to land, waters and culture, because we strongly believe in reconciliation and collaborative engagement for a better future. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, whose knowledge, traditions and stories guide custodianship on what will always be their ancestral lands.Enter Site