13 Dec 2019
SYDNEY, 13 DECEMBER 2019
The countdown is on at Ed.Square, Frasers Property Australia’s game-changing community in south west Sydney, with the structure of the tallest apartment building now complete and the first residents set to move in the third quarter of 2020.
The Emerson building was topped off on 12 December to mark the current highest point of the new mixed-use community, offering a glimpse of the sweeping view residents will enjoy across Western Sydney, from the Blue Mountains in the west to Royal National Park in the east, and over the six hectares
of open green space including the Central Park integrated into the Ed.Square masterplan.
The expansive Central Park and green space bring balance and complement the other amenities that will create the inner-city lifestyle at Ed.Square.
The appetite among buyers for apartments at Ed.Square continues to be strong and construction is on track for the first residents to move in the third quarter of 2020, coinciding with the opening of Stage 1 of Ed.Square Town Centre.
George Massoud, Design Director, Frasers Property Australia says Ed.Square residents will enjoy the vibrance and convenience of living in the heart of the action above Ed.Square Town Centre’s Eat Street, next to Event Cinemas and opposite the Central Park.
“Ed.Square will bring a little bit of Surry Hills to the south west. Residents will be able to walk out their door and be minutes from everything they need, whether that is medical facilities, a pharmacy, gym, childcare, community centre, cinemas or places to eat,” Mr Massoud says.
“With more than 120 shops, Ed.Square Town Centre will be a place for residents to socialise, be entertained and access all the services they could require.
“Shared spaces bring the community back together and people can get to know their neighbours,” he says, referring to the paved shared pedestrian and vehicle zones that create an accessible, connected community.
There are apartments available in The Emerson, The Lincoln, The Belmont and The Easton buildings now. One-bedroom apartments are priced between $470,000 and $496,000; two-bedrooms are $610,000 to $692,000; and a luxury three-bedroom apartment at $747,000.
Each building features a mix of different apartment styles.
“Just as it’s common to find large penthouses alongside one-bedroom studios in the city, at Ed.Square there will be different styles of homes in one building,” Mr Massoud says.
Darlene Chuon had planned to buy a townhome at Ed.Square but changed her mind when she saw the apartments.
“Ed.Square is different to other parts of south west Sydney, it’s unique and modern. I was really attracted to the onsite train station, the retail and the reputation that Frasers Property has for delivering quality homes,” Darlene says.
Darlene purchased a one-bedroom apartment in The Easton building after she fell in love with the modern feel of the home and its high-quality finishes.
“I like the simplicity of apartment living and thought the one-bedroom was perfect for a first home buyer like myself. I also like that there is a pool in the apartment building,” she says.
Darlene says the price was a major drawcard. She paid $505,000 for her home and says it was this “affordability” that allowed her to “jump in and purchase a home at this time”.
Darlene will move into the apartment once it’s complete in the third quarter of 2020, which coincides with the opening of Stage 1 of Ed.Square Town Centre, and she’s excited that everything she will need for “everyday living” will be right at her finger tips from day one.
“I am most looking forward to using the pool in my apartment building, the cinemas and visiting the shops and retail area,” she says.
All Ed.Square apartments feature an abundance of natural light, with designs that balance contemporary urban living with the beauty of Ed.Square’s natural surroundings. The spacious layouts, and generous open plan living spaces flow to outdoor areas where courtyards and balconies make entertaining a breeze.
Ed.Square offers a variety of home styles and floorplans across 991 apartments, and 893 terraces and townhomes, set amongst more than six hectares of open space.
The new community will be serviced by convenient bus and train links to Parramatta and Sydney CBD, with easy access to Sydney’s main roads and Western Sydney Airport. It is a 45-minute train journey from Edmondson Park railway station to Central Station.
Stage 1 of Ed.Square Town Centre will comprise approximately 25,000 sqm of retail space, with residents set to enjoy the convenience of a full-line Coles supermarket, a Liquorland store as well as a state-of-the-art Event Cinemas complex. On completion of Stage 2, of up to an additional 15,000 sqm, the development will comprise up to 40,000 sqm of retail space with over 120 shops.
The Ed.Square Sales Centre and Display Village is open daily from 11am to 4pm. For further information or to register your interest in Ed.Square, phone Frasers Property on 13 38 38 or visit www.EdSquare.com.au.