Infinity in Green Square is an Architectural Marvel

Front External Render Infinity by Crown
Front External Render Infinity by Crown - Source: Koichi Takada Architects

Infinity by Crown is on its way to Green Square, just as it is currently experiencing one of the largest regentrification projects in Australia’s history with the old Zetland industrial area being converted into a new major town centre.

There have been some amazing buildings to come up in the area over the past decade such as the Ovo Tower on Bourke Street, however, Infinity is by far the most striking designed tower from an architectural standpoint.

Characteristics of Infinity by Crown Group, Green Square:

TypeFact
Developer:Crown Group
Architect (Building):Koichi Takada Architects
Building Use:Residential, Serviced Apartments, Retail
Location:301-303 Botany Road, Green Square, NSW, 2000
Number of Buildings:1
Height of Buildings:60m
Number of Floors:20
Number of Apartments:326
Serviced Apartments:75
Estimated Completion Date:2019
Value upon Completion: ($AUD)$575,000,000
Official Development Website:http://infinitybycrowngroup.com.au
Construction Status:Under Construction
Ground Floor View of Infinity
Ground Floor View of Infinity - Source: Koichi Takada Architects

The Infinity Tower will be 60m tall, making it quite prominent on the Green Square skyline, It will be located right next to the Green Square Town Centre development & the building will be viewable from inside the new Green Square library.

There will be a mix of uses in the building which include residential apartments & serviced apartments, mixed-use retail and a stack of resort-style amenities most notably being a multi-purpose function room for 450 people.

The standout feature of this development is its unique architectural merit. It is one of the most striking buildings being built in Sydney & has a chance to make the suburb of Zetland & Green Square synonymous with the building.

External Render Infinity by Crown - Source: Koichi Takada Architects

The project is being developed by Crown Group which are one of Sydney’s largest property developers who have recently completed the V by Crown development in the Parramatta CBD.

The architects are Koichi Takada Architects which has set the standard within the Green Square precinct & with this development for the type of architecture that would be followed up by future developments. Koichi Takada Architects has set the bar high with the Infinity tower.

It is located in a spectacular position, right next to Green Square station with the train being only 1 station stop away from central, being only 3km from the Sydney CBD & 4km from Sydney Airport.

The position will also give residents pedestrian access to the future Green Square Town Centre which is currently under construction by the City of Sydney Council.

It will also boast spectacular views for residents on the higher floors with views overlooking the Sydney CBD.

The total value of the development upon completion is expected to be $575 Million AUD.

It is expected that the project will be completed in 2019.

Here are the modelled design plans for The Infinity tower development:

Infinity Green Square Design View
Infinity Green Square Design View - Source: Koichi Takada Architects

Location Map of the Infinity development in Green Square

The Infinity by Crown is currently under construction, here is a photo of the developments progress so far:

Infinity green Square Construction Progress
Infinity green Square Construction Progress - Source: cnd from Skyscrapercity
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Dejan is the Founder & head journalist of Build Sydney. He obtained a degree in Computer Science and has a passion for urban development. He has a goal to report on Sydney's Journey from a major international regional city into a truly global city, most notably the changes in the urban landscape, high rise buildings, infrastructure and transport.

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