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Bondi’s Boot Factory Is Being Transformed Into a Community Hub with a Cafe and Leafy Courtyard – Concrete Playground

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A 129-year-old boot factory in Sydney’s eastern suburbs is being given a huge revamp by the Waverley Council, creating a meeting place for the community and for innovators in the area. Initially built in 1892, the three-level factory will be restored and upgraded, turning it into a civic innovation hub. The transformed space is being created with the intention of supporting and encouraging collaboration between industry, universities, government and members of the community in Bondi Junction and the surrounding eastern suburbs.

“Our restoration and upgrade project, which showcases our commitment to repurposing old buildings, will breathe new life into this important precinct in Bondi Junction and bring this heritage building into the…



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