The Straits Times, July 30, 2016
Kensington Street, located on the eastern edge of the A$2-billion (S$2-billion) mixed-use urban village – Central Park in Chippendale, Sydney – is shaping up to be a foodie enclave with a Singaporean flavour.
The hip and artsy precinct is developed by Sydney-based developer and real estate company Greencliff Holdings, whose executive chairman, Dr Stanley Quek, is a Singaporean.
A mix of old and new sits cheek by jowl along the 160m stretch. There are cottages dating back to the 1840s, industrial warehouses and modern glass structures.