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63 NORTHWOOD STREET - Camperdown 2050

Retaining all the charm of an iconic building from 1902, FEDERATION PLACE offers a unique selection of 26 stunning warehouse apartments. 

Located on a beautiful tree lined street opposite Camperdown Memorial Rest Park, and just moments from everything Newtown has to offer, Federation Place offers a lifestyle that cannot be found anywhere else across Sydney.

Built in 1902, 17 Federation Road forms an important part of Sydney’s industrial heritage. The building was first home to Day, Son and Harris boot manufactures and later became home to MacRae Knitting Mills Ltd who went on and formed the world-famous swimwear brand, Speedo.

The original architect, David Morrow was responsible for the design of many prominent buildings for the Anthony Horden & Sons, and the Grace family of retailers including the Grace Building on the corner of York and Clarence Street and the AWA Building near Wynyard station.

Get yourself one of the largest backyards in all of the Inner West

Perfectly positioned right in front of Camperdown Memorial Rest Park, you will never be short of outdoor space.

The park provides the perfect space for exercising, walking the dogs and catching up with the locals.

Within the park, step inside what feels like a secret garden where you will find St Stephen’s Anglican Church which is reminiscent of an old English village.

New York style inspired
warehouse apartments

Warehouse conversions have long been sought after in cities across the world, and Sydney is no exception. Today, it’s very rare to find new warehouse conversions in Sydney as most have either been demolished or converted (like the famous Griffith’s Tea building in Surry Hills). 

Federation Place is set to become the next iconic warehouse conversion in Sydney, offering a selection of floor plan designs including studios, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom (two storey) apartments. 

Many features of the building will be retained and exposed throughout the apartments including hardwood beams and columns (like what was seen in the old wool stores). 

Other unique features include:

  • High ceilings
  • Beautiful oversized windows
  • Two storey apartments with a mezzanine floor
  • Study / Study Desk (some of which overlook two storey voids with 5m high ceilings)
  • Juliette balconies with green outlooks onto the park
  • Apartments with direct street access
  • Penthouse apartments with massive outdoor deck areas 
  • Miele Appliances

Perfectly curated interiors
and finishes

Our in-house interior design team have curated a superb collection of finishes and interior palette’s that provide the perfect blend of vintage and modern tones. 

More traditional features found in warehouse apartment conversions will be used as a base including stone benchtops, concrete and rustic hardwood floors. Complimenting these items will be modern day finishes found in the latest apartment designs including stylish matt black tapware, handles and shower heads. 


Allowing you to add your own personal touch, two colour schemes have been created providing you a choice of colours and textures.

The Camperdown – a lighter palette with neutral and warm tones 

The Newtown – a cooler palette with charcoal, grey and dark tones.


The Newtown (dark)


The perfect location

The location of Federation Place provides residents with the best of all worlds. Experience the convenience and vibrancy of a city lifestyle with the calmness and privacy in this prime Inner West location.

The streets surrounding Federation Place are quiet and tranquil. Take a short stroll to Sydney’s famous King Street, to experience the eclectic mix of cuisines from all across the globe, watch international movies at The Dendy or enjoy Friday night drinks at the Newtown Hotel. You can also watch the latest stand up comedy show at the Enmore theatre which is 1km away. 

Start your weekend at Carriageworks Farmers Market followed by a swim at Victoria Park pool or a stroll through the latest art exhibition at Sydney University.

Camperdown Memorial Rest Park

King Street

Dendy Cinema

Newtown Train Station

Newtown High School of Performing Arts

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

University of Sydney

Enmore Theatre

Carriageworks Farmers Markets

Sydney CBD

SCG & Entertainment Quarter

Platino Properties
Warehouse Conversion Specialists

Established in 1979 by architect George Revay, Platino Properties is one of the most active and respected property development firms in Sydney. Although Platino Properties remains a private company, it has become one of the most active and respected development firms in Sydney’s prestigious North Shore, Inner West and Eastern Suburbs.

In the past 40 years Platino Properties has acquired, developed, and renovated some of Sydney’s most high-profile properties, from waterfront residential apartments and luxury homes to stunning high rise luxury apartments next to Sydney Harbour through to mixed use precincts and neighbourhood shopping centres and most recently, over 55’s communities with state-of-the-art facilities and concierge services.

We choose great locations and create exceptional living environments in Sydney’s most desirable areas, and we know that luxury can only be achieved with a keen eye to detail and a passion for quality.

With hundreds of developments to our name, Platino Properties projects have won 19 industry awards from the Master Builders Association, Urban Taskforce and The Urban Developer including the 2019 Urban Taskforce Award for Australia’s Best Mixed-Use Development. 

With over 30 years’ experience in delivering warehouse conversion projects, combined with our experience of delivering thousands of luxury apartments, our commitment, dedication and experience ensures we deliver the absolute best.

Our warehouse conversions appear all across Sydney including: 

  • 46 Kippax Street, Surry Hills
  • 38 Smith Street, Surry Hills
  • 235 Cope Street, Waterloo
  • 199 Regent Street, Redfern