Wollongong nightclub Mr Crown has applied for development to expand into nearby rentals | Mercury of Illawarra

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One of Wollongong’s most popular nightspots is set to expand, with the owners of Mr Crown looking to expand their entertainment footprint into two nearby storefronts. Prince Property Consulting has lodged a development application with Wollongong City Council on behalf of Mr Crown landlords, Wollongong Nightlife, seeking consent for the ‘change of use’ of two adjoining tenancies to extend the floor space current Mr. Crown of 177 square meters. While a site plan filed as part of the application reserved the additional space for a new gaming area, Prince Property Consulting director Shaun Prince told the Mercury it was more likely the space be part of an enlarged dance floor. Read more: Just getting your blood drawn: Mayor’s message after shock cancer diagnosis “It’s unusual for one let alone two vacancies like this to arise and it was an opportunity they didn’t want to miss from a business strategy point of view. a benefit to everyone for them to occupy this space.” Mr Prince said Wollongong Nightlife’s proposed expansion recognized the company’s continued investment in the city. “They are a key part of the night economy, they’re investing money in the CBD,” he said. what Mr. Crown is doing.” Meanwhile, a report accompanying the development application, said the proposal would not cause any adverse impact on the town centre.” The application will be on display until February 7. The room Illawarra Mercury press release is funded by our readers. You can sign up to support our journalism here.


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