NEW roads through The Marylands residential development next to Adamshurst in Albury will open next month.
Zauner Construction has subdivided the former university campus and demolished some of the university buildings in order to build 14 new homes.
Several more could be built when the Nowik Theatre block of buildings is demolished.
Project manager David Murray said yesterday the new infrastructure phase was coming to an end.
“The Nowik Theatre will be demolished as the final stage of redevelopment,” Mr Murray said.
“The removal will free up more vacant plots.”
Mr Murray expects to open the new landscaped internal roads in November, one of them linking Wilson Street to Guinea Street using space once occupied by the campus library.
“The internal road has two courts coming off it so it will provide access to all blocks,” he said.
Mr Murray said the developers had also completed street landscaping.
“We have worked on planting trees, making footpaths and pedestrian crossings, making sure all the usual services are available,” he said.
Mr Murray said all the former CSU buildings except heritage homes and Nowik complex have been cleared.
All the old homes except one on the Olive and Guinea streets corner have been sold, and only a few vacant plots are left.
“We have had a few setbacks because of the wet weather, but we are anticipating to finish the whole redevelopment before the new year,” he said.
Zauner bought the 3.3 hectare site from Charles Sturt University in April last year.