The Parramatta Square development comprises six new buildings and a refurbished town hall in the heart of the Parramatta CBD. It's set across a prime three-hectare city block and linked by 6000 square metres of public space.
The Parramatta CBD is located in the geographical heart of Sydney. It’s otherwise known as Sydney’s Central River City. The precinct is undergoing significant growth and revitalisation.
Healthcare is one of Australia's fastest growing industries and its epicentre is in the heart of Westmead.
South Quarter Parramatta located at the well-known former car yard site on Church Street, has been rezoned and will be transformed into an $800 million mixed-use project.
Sydney Olympic Park is a 640-hectare residential, commercial, education and entertainment precinct, 14 kilometres west of Sydney’s CBD and 9km east of Parramatta. It boasts 430 hectares of green space and parklands and seven sporting venues.
Camellia NSW is currently an industrial precinct and home to businesses that employ people across a range of industries.
Part of the Parramatta Growth Area, the 104-hectare Rydalmere NSW industrial precinct is 3km from the Parramatta CBD. The precinct fronts the Parramatta River and Victoria Road, and extends to Rydalmere Ferry Wharf in the east.
A strong housing market has seen Epping experience unprecedented levels of redevelopment and growth since rezoning in 2014 and brought significant challenges and transport opportunities to this planned precinct.