A huge thank you to everyone that took the opportunity to meet some of your new neighbours and


It is great to see the building and apartments taking shape, with the construction of the Malthouse, Granary,

Welcome Party at Harvest Park

On 12 September, Summer Hill residents old and new gathered in Harvest Park for a welcome picnic. A perfect sunny day with fresh food, summer cocktails and light jazz in the background. What better way to celebrate the growing community at the Flour Mill. The last remaining apartments for sale can be viewed here.


How a derelict Sydney icon was reimagined and transformed into a stunning new community. Mungo Scott’s famous Flour Mill arrived in Summer Hill in 1922 with a cluster of functional milling and storage buildings. As Goodman Fielder grew the Mill’s capacity in the 1950s, it added the landmark silos to store even more of the

Stage Two | Construction updates | Oct 2017

It’s almost time, Stage Two! Your settlements are all coming together over the next month, so soon it will be time to move in and get to know your neighbours. The Farm Wholefoods are fitting out the retail space facing Smith Street and it will not be long before you can enjoy the convenience of

Construction Stages 3 and 4 | October 2017

Stages 3 and 4 are progressing well. The excavation in Stage 3 has reached the bottom and now the concrete slab being poured for the foundations. You will see the structure coming out of the ground in the coming months. A big milestone for Stage 3 is the cutting of the silo building, which started

Flour Mill Festival

Come and join us for a picnic in Harvest Park! The newest residents for Stage Two will be moving in over the next few weeks and to celebrate we would like to host a big neighbourhood get together. There will be picnic blankets, fresh lemonade and some light jazz to serenade your afternoon. When: Sunday

The Farm Wholefoods

“Recreating a farm-like experience in each of the dining venues, Josh Thompson draws on his architectural expertise for The Farm’s fitout, working with Cushla McFadden from design firm TomMarkHenry on the interiors to create a space filled with brickwork, black steel, recycled palette timber, concrete and lots of greenery and natural light,” write Hospitality Magazine.


If you have been past the Flour Mill of Summer Hill lately, you may have noticed that the residents have moved into the Edward Street Terraces, Baker’s Quarters and Baker’s Rise. We look forward to welcoming you to the community soon! If you have not done so already, we suggest that you contact your bank

Timelapse of Stage One

Now that Stage One are moving in, it’s time for a little bit of a flashback. Our lovely


Welcome to Stage 1 of the Flour Mill of Summer Hill, who are the first residents. You’re finally

GoGet comes to the Flour Mill

Meet Kazuyo the Corolla and Devy the RAV4! These two new GoGet cars are dedicated to the local

Summer Hill’s New Foodie Precinct

The name might be staying the same, but change is afoot at Summer Hill’s old flour mill in Sydney’s inner west. In the 1920s, it was a hub of industry. In the 1950s, the towering silos became part of the skyline. By the time the space marks its centenary, it will have well and truly

Stage One – Flour Mill of Summer Hill Strata By-Laws

Here’s a little light reading for your post-move in snooze. Need to know how to dispose of your