Construction commences at The Langston development in north-west Sydney

Construction commences at The Langston development in north-west Sydney
Construction commences at The Langston development in north-west Sydney

Following January’s commencement of ground works at Cbus Property’s landmark development in north-west Sydney, The Langston, construction has now commenced the residential high-rise project. 

The project’s progression to the next phase of development followed the demolition at the former Westpac Credit Card Services building, between Langston Place and Chambers Court, Epping. 

Project contractors Hutchinson Builders have commenced drilling of the project’s foundations, prior to construction of the development’s basement levels. 

According to Adrian Pozzo, CEO of Cbus Property, the Epping community can expect to see construction of The Langston’s first tower take just over two years, with completion targeted for the third quarter of 2021.

Construction commences at The Langston development in north-west Sydney

The Langston will ultimately feature three towers of 19, 24 and 29 storeys, and will include a mixed-use precinct comprising 1,681 square metres of retail space and 1,921 square metres of communal open space.  

Designed by award-winning architectural firm Architectus with landscaping by world-class landscape architects, Arcadia, The Langston will be situated on the highest land point in Epping, enabling panoramic views to the Sydney CBD and Harbour Bridge to the south-east and the Blue Mountains to the west.

Pedestrian links will feature throughout the site, connecting The Langston with Council’s public library to the east, as well as the revamped Pembroke Street Park and other recreational facilities, revitalising the eastern side of the train station. 

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