Significant milestones have been reached with the civil works nearing completion for Stage 2 at The Square, and we’re very excited.
The vision for the open space for The Square is quickly becoming reality, with the completion of the gabion wall and the installation of the pedestrian bridges. These key features are located in what will be the reserve adjacent to the Grange railway line. A formerly vacant and sparse site, it’s now on its way to becoming an impressive backdrop to life at The Square, further regenerating Woodville West.
Residents will have, at their doorsteps, attractive open spaces where they can go for a run, take the dogs for a walk, or simply just enjoy the healthy lifestyle benefits of living at The Square.
In order to stay connected to the heritage of the City of Charles Sturt, street naming has been inspired by the rich history of the area. The streets now taking shape are known as Everton Lane, Northcote Street and Hyde Lane. The suburb, Pennington was once known as Everton; Northcote is now known as Tennyson and Hyde Park is now known as Albert Park.
And very soon, these streets will be known as home to residents of The Square.
Be a part of one of Adelaide’s newest and most sought-after neighbourhoods, The Square at Woodville West.