The City of Casey has embarked on an ambitious project to develop a truly unique cultural, community and civic facility that will be the centrepiece for residents of Melbourne’s outer eastern and south eastern suburbs.
It is expected that there will be more than two million visitations to the precinct each year, with people able to get assistance from Council, take in a theatre show, view amazing art, see a national touring exhibition, relax with friends and family in the community plaza.
The Casey Cultural Precinct will be a place where the community unites to participate in everything the region has to offer.
The Council is pleased to announce that the winning architectural firm is the current winner of the 2013 World Architecture World Building of Year Award, Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp with a truly beautiful and iconic design!
The Casey Cultural Precinct will be located on the site bounded by Princes Highway, Magid Drive and Patrick Northeast Drive, Narre Warren.
The precinct is scheduled to open to the community mid-2017.