Parramatta Square is Approved & Under Construction

Parramatta Square Render

Parramatta Square is the largest urban renewal project in the state. The cost of the entire project is estimated to be $2 Billion. Walker group will be completing ost of the development which includes Parramatta Square 4,6 & 8.

This single development will change the face of Parramatta & turn in into a real city centre where it can take it’s rightful place as Sydney’s 2nd CBD.

Parramatta Square Aerial View
Source: Parramatta Council

Elements of the Parramatta Square project are as follows:

  • 1 Parramatta Square: A $220 Million Western Sydney University Campus over 14 levels (Completed)
  • 2 Parramatta Square: Sydney Water Tower (Completed)
  • 3 Parramatta Square: A 13-floor commercial building with NAB as the main anchor tenant (Proposed)
  • 5 Parramatta Square: A new civic centre for Parramatta & new library
  • 4 & 6 Parramatta Square: A 154m & 135m Grade A commercial tower representing over 100,000sqm of lettable area (Proposed)
  • 8 Parramatta Square: Aspire – NSW tallest residential tower at 233m
  • Works between the towers which will consist of luxury water features & a spectacular urban environment
Parramatta Square 3
Parramatta Square 3 Source: Parramatta Council

With Parramatta Square 1 & 2 now completed, the area is now starting to come to life with the entire project expected to be finished around the year 2020.

This will become Western Sydney’s beating heart, a city centre we can be proud of. The development will be integrated with Parramatta station with a link under Parramatta Square 4 for easy access.

There will also be a light rail station at the end of the development again making transportation to & from the square a breeze for people within the local area.

Parramatta Square Streetview
Source: Parramatta Council

Location of the Parramatta Square Development within Parramatta:

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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.