Adam Flaskas to transform Sydney’s Manly Wharf after recent purchase


Sydney’s Manly Wharf is set for a major makeover after it was bought for $80 million by Brisbane-based developers Adam Flaskas and Paul Henry.

Mr Flaskas and Mr Henry are the founders and directors of the popular historic Howard Smith Wharves (HSW) hospitality precinct in Brisbane.

The pair told The Daily Telegraph, they are now looking forward to “breathing new life” into the Manly location, by turning the wharf into a “family friendly, sustainable and cultural entertainment precinct.”

Manly Wharf. Photo:

“Manly Wharf is a vibrant and much-loved location for locals and visitors from across the globe,” Mr Flaskas told The Daily Telegraph.

“We look forward to connecting with the Manly community to create places they love to visit, harnessing the essence of one the country’s most iconic locations.”

Mr Flaskas said HWS had been recognised nationally for its sustainability and recycling achievements in Brisbane and added that his team will “continue to cultivate this work in Manly.”

Source: The Daily Telegraph




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