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Probuild to Deliver Major Mixed-Use Development, Ed.Square Town Centre, for Frasers Property Australia

Probuild to Deliver Major Mixed-Use Development,  Ed.Square Town Centre, for Frasers Property Australia

Probuild has been appointed to deliver Stage 1 of Ed.Square Town Centre, a major new mixed-use development in Sydney’s West.

The Ed.Square Town Centre will be an integral part of a brand new community adjacent to the new Edmondson Park train station. 

Probuild will deliver Stage 1 of the two-storey retail centre with approximately 90 retail outlets, above basement car parking, as well as four residential buildings, comprising approximately 300 apartments.

“This is a truly-mixed use project; and a fantastic one to be a part of,” says Probuild’s NSW Managing Director, Nick Gaudry.

“We have unparalleled experience in high-rise residential and retail builds across the country; Edmondson Park will require us to combine this technical expertise.

“We are looking forward to continuing our successful relationship with Frasers Property, one we have fostered across the country for more than five years now,” says Mr Gaudry.

Peri Macdonald, Executive General Manager – Retail, Frasers Property Australia welcomes the Probuild appointment and start of construction of Stage 1 of Ed.Square Town Centre.

“This is a major milestone in the creation of Ed.Square and we’re excited that construction of the town centre – the heart and soul of this new community – is under way,” says Mr Macdonald.

Probuild’s design and construction of the two-level basement car park will facilitate both residential and retail cars. These levels will accommodate 1,540 cars.

Construction of Stage 1 will generate more than 600 local jobs with completion scheduled in late 2020.

 

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