If you need any further proof the face of Western Sydney is changing then look no further than Granville. What is proposed for 38 Cowper St in Granville is a mixed-use development that will add a completely new vibe with a range of amenities to serve both new & existing residents right next to Granville station with an end value project value of $400M according to the official website.
|Development Characteristic||Development Fact|
|Development Name:||Granville Place|
|Location:||38 Cowper St, Granville, NSW, 2142|
|Developer:||SHOKAI Ausbao & Develotek Property Group|
|Development Status:||Site Preparation|
|Estimated Completion Date:||Stage 1 Towers A & B by End of 2020|
Stage 2 by 2021
Granville Place will be a major growth driver within the suburb and activate the northern end of Granville Station. The development will have the following amenities & features:
- A Medical Centre
- A Childcare Centre
- Speciality Retailers
The development will feature a total of 618 apartments across 3 buildings and it will stand out on the Granville skyline, particularly as you are driving down Parramatta Road & approaching Granville Station both on the T1 Western line and the T2 Inner West & South line.
The apartments will also the advantage of views overlooking the ever-expanding Paramatta Skyline which will only continue to boom going into the next decade as well as taking advantage of its amenities as this development will be less than 5 minutes to the Parramatta CBD by train.
The development is also set to feature a pubic park which the community would be able to visit as can be seen in the photomontage above.
The development is a joint venture between SHOKAI Ausbao & Develotek Property Group. The builder which will construct the development is Parkview Constructions & the Architect of the Granville Place is Marchese Partners.
The development is currently under construction as of the 6th of May as a white & red crane has been spotted on the site from James Ruse Drive & Parramatta Road. Stage 1 including tower A and Tower B due to be completed at the end of 2020 with Stage 2 expected to be completed in 2021.