Toga leads the residential renaissance at Macquarie Park

Toga leads the residential renaissance at Macquarie Park
Toga leads the residential renaissance at Macquarie Park

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An Australian property developer’s latest residential tower is poised to become the centrepiece of one of Sydney’s next urban activation precincts. 

Fully-integrated property developer TOGA is set to unveil One Twenty Macquarie, a residential tower located on Herring Road; Macquarie Park’s thriving central-Boulevard under NSW Government’s Urban Activation Precinct program. 

Due to launch in 2016, One Twenty Macquarie is a23-storey residential tower designed by award-winning Surry Hills architects Turner and will comprise approximately 200 luxury residences, landscaped gardens, parking and a stylish retail café at its ground level.

Perhaps One Twenty Macquarie’s most impressive feature is its urban-backyard; a 460sqm landscaped resident’s garden boasting outdoor seating, a striking timber pergola, barbeque facilities, a reflection pond and break-out leisure spaces.

TOGA Chief Executive Fabrizio Perilli said the design of One Twenty Macquarie utilised the site’s prime location to offer buyers a sophisticated lifestyle at the heart of a convenient CBD precinct.  

One Twenty Macquarie captures the changing face of Sydney – sleek apartment living with the convenience of shops, restaurants and transport on your doorstop,” Mr Perilli said.

“The strong demand for this postcode reflects Macquarie Park’s tremendous growth,” he said.     

Located at 120 Herring Road, the building is positioned 16 kilometres from Sydney CBD and 450 metres from Macquarie University, Macquarie Shopping Centre and Macquarie University railway station. 

“This is convenient, carefree living at its best,” Mr Perilli added.

Residences at One Twenty Macquarie will boast generous balconies capturing sweeping views to Sydney CBD and across the North Sydney, Chatswood and Homebush districts as well as views overlooking sprawling Lane Cove National Park.

Turner Associate Director Kevin Driver said One Twenty Macquarie was designed to unite city life with nature.

One Twenty Macquarie sits as a pavilion in a parkland setting, offering high level amenity, coupled with a proximity to both a vibrant centre and lush, verdant nature,” Mr Driver said.

The building’s exterior design presents a tapered façade characterised by white linear ribbons and a distinctive angled ‘floating’ roof form.

Macquarie Park is the second largest business district in NSW, boasts the largest suburban shopping centre in NSW and is projected to be Australia’s fourth largest CBD by 2030. Pointing to Macquarie Park’s growth, TOGA has a significant portfolio of more than 800 apartments completed and under construction in the area.

One Twenty Macquarie’s market debut is highly anticipated following TOGA’s sold out (completed) 618-apartment development Macquarie Central and Macquarie Green; an 80 per cent sold 164-apartment development launched in October this year.  

Established in 1963, TOGA is a fully-integrated Australian owned and operated property developer and hotelier with a portfolio across Australia, New Zealand and Europe.

For over 50 years TOGA has successfully completed world-class developments across Australia and currently has four major projects under construction; Highpoint,a 448-apartment development in Hurstville, Macquarie Green, a 164-dwelling apartment and townhouse development in North Ryde, The Chatswood, a 156-apartment development in Sydney’s Lower North Shore and Harbourfront Balmain, a 121-apartment development on 150 metres of prestige waterfrontage.

Construction of One Twenty Macquarie is expected to complete in late-2018.

TOGA is now accepting registrations of interest for One Twenty Macquarie here.

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