Developers break ground on Scarborough’s The Beach Shack

Pyramid Construction’s Jerry Masaryk and Anthony Chillino, with Dave Wilson (Norup Wilson), Stirling Councillor Karen Caddy and John Norup (Norup Wilson) break ground at The Beach Shack site in Scarborough.
Pyramid Construction’s Jerry Masaryk and Anthony Chillino, with Dave Wilson (Norup Wilson), Stirling Councillor Karen Caddy and John Norup (Norup Wilson) break ground at The Beach Shack site in Scarborough.

DEVELOPER Norup Wilson has broken ground on its Scarborough apartments development.

The Beach Shack will make the most of its beachside location on West Coast Highway, near Pearl Parade, offering two nine-storey developments boasting ocean views from most balconies.

An official sod turning event was held this week, with forward works to start soon, and main construction expected to begin early next year.

Dave Wilson said he and fellow Norup Wilson director John Norup had both built and lived in apartments so understood what was needed.

“These kinds of properties, whereby you walk over the sand dunes to access the beach, are rare and we are delighted to be delivering this opportunity in the refreshed Scarborough Beach locale,” he said.

“We are selling mostly to owner occupiers and they are seeking a standard that is reflective of this iconic location.”