PAYCE has scooped the prize pool winning six awards at this year’s Sydney Design Awards, including a gold for its Melrose Park North project.

PAYCE Director Dominic Sullivan with Maria Scott showcasing PAYCE accolades.

The Allen Jack+Cottier designed One Melrose building won a gold in the Architecture, Proposed Large Site category.

The impressive building has almost topped out with residents expected to move in next year.

The next stage, Three Melrose will go on sale on Saturday. 

The Melrose Park North project, at the corner of Victoria Road and Wharf Road, includes nearly 1100 apartments, supermarket, café and childcare centre.

PAYCE Director Dominic Sullivan said the award recognised the work put into designing the striking buildings.

“These buildings will set the standard for the development with its curved forms blending seamlessly and smartly with the environment,” he said.

“The perfect balance of stunning design and natural beauty, One Melrose has raised the bar to create a new benchmark in living, inside and out.’’

To the south of the site, another 5000 apartments are planned, including a major commercial and retail centre.

The award winning One Melrose – residents to move in next year.

Melrose Park, which is Sydney’s biggest urban renewal, will create 10,000 jobs in construction and more than 1,500 permanent new jobs.

Two other major PAYCE projects, South Village at Kirrawee and luxury development The Albany at Crows’ Nest also won awards.

South Village won silver in the Architecture, Commercial Constructed, while The Albany also won a silver in Architecture, Mixed Use Constructed.

Other awards included, gold in marketing – event experience and silver for the PAYCE Building Communities film.

 The PAYCE Foundation – the philanthropic arm of PAYCE – also received recognition for its social enterprise, the Kick Start Café.

 The Kick Start Café provides on the job training in hospitality for young people.

 It won gold in the Systems – Social Design category.

 Mr Sullivan said winning six awards was a remarkable effort.

 “I would like to thank all of our staff, and our partners – their hard work has been recognised through these awards.’’