The Parramatta Square Development
Internationally acclaimed civic and commercial architectural design
When fully complete in 2022, the purpose-built $2.7 billion Parramatta Square project will be an iconic, world-class landmark and destination in the heart of the Parramatta CBD.
It’s one of the biggest urban renewal projects in Australia and will house Australia’s largest commercial office building. By 2022, more than 24,000 people will work at Parramatta Square.
Showcasing the best of civic and commercial design from local and internationally acclaimed architects, Parramatta Square will incorporate smart city principles to deliver a dynamic and innovative environment for people who work, live, study and visit the area.
The three-hectare project will change Parramatta’s skyline with six new buildings and a refurbished Town Hall all linked by 6000 square metres of public domain.
Green Star Community
A smarter, greener, innovative precinct for Parramatta
Parramatta Square was the first local government development registered for “Green Star Communities” certification for:
- Economic prosperity
The City of Parramatta has set a goal for all six buildings to meet a minimum “5 Star Green Star” rating.
Parramatta Square connects directly to the Parramatta Transport Interchange offering visitors and workers access to all six office buildings, the Public Domain and plethora of premium cafes, restaurants and dining venues.
Showcasing Parramatta Square
The City of Parramatta Council’s long-term vision for one of Australia’s largest urban regeneration projects is becoming a reality with the construction of the world-class Parramatta Square precinct.
5 Parramatta Square
At the Parramatta Square precinct’s heart will be 5 Parramatta Square, a new multipurpose civic, cultural and community building that will extend above the historic Town Hall. In August, Council endorsed the lodgement of a Development Application for the building.
Extending above the historic Town Hall, the development will feature a community centre and library. 5 Parramatta Square has been designed by renowned French architect Manuelle Gautrand and is expected to be completed in 2022.
5 Parramatta Square was designed by a collaboration of local architects Design Inc. and Lacoste + Stevenson, together with French architects Manuelle Gautrand. The public domain space was designed by local group JMD Design.
1 Parramatta Square
The $220.5 million flagship 14-storey Parramatta City campus for Western Sydney University was completed in 2016.
It is home to 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students with first-class educational facilities, the offices of multinational and Fortune 500 professional services firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
The Australian Government agency WaterNSW The university’s City Campus was designed to promote close relationships with thought leaders and the business community, giving its students a unique learning experience and career opportunities.
1 Parramatta Square was designed by local architects, Architectus.
3 Parramatta Square
National Australia Bank (NAB) is expected to move into 3 Parramatta square in 2020; a prime tower which will boast an exquisite glass façade.
NAB will be the sole occupant of this 17-storey glass tower with 412 square metres of prime retail space on its ground floor. Set for completion in 2020, its flexible office design sets a new benchmark for commercial architecture.
It is expected 3000 employees will occupy the 40,000 square metres of premium A-Grade commercial office space.
3 Parramatta Square was designed by local architects JPW.
4 Parramatta Square
4 Parramatta Square, scheduled to open in November, will be home to multiple NSW Government tenants, bringing thousands of new workers to the Parramatta city centre.
This $300 million mixed-use development will be home to 4000 workers and offers more than 62,000 square metres of A-Grade commercial space. It has a business and events centre, a child care centre, and a range of dining options - from cafes to fine dining that flow into the outdoor space.
4 Parramatta Square was designed by local architects JPW.
6 and 8 Parramatta Square
The final 2 commercial towers in the Parramatta Square precinct are in development.
6 and 8 Parramatta Square were granted planning consent earlier this year, with 8 Parramatta Square set to be one of the tallest commercial towers in NSW.
6 and 8 Parramatta Square will provide a combined 124,000 square metres of commercial floor space over 50 storeys (27 and 55). It’s set to become Australia's biggest office tower and will feature panoramic views toward the Eastern CBD and Blue Mountains.
6 Parramatta Square's lobby will offer panoramic views over the public domain. The building includes extensive floor plates from 2,800 to 3,100 sqm, allowing for a diverse and functional workplace.
6 Parramatta Square is expected to be completed in 2021(22?). 8 Parramatta Square is expected to be completed in 2022.
6 and 8 Parramatta Square was designed by local architects JPW.
Think Inside The Square
Parramatta Square represents investment opportunity that leverages traditional office space, but also ground floor retail and non-traditional public domain space. Let us keep in the loop about Australia's largest urban transformation project, commercial tenancy and retail opportunities.