Toga unveils towering third Macquarie Park apartment block

Toga unveils towering third Macquarie Park apartment block
Toga unveils towering third Macquarie Park apartment block

Residential property developer TOGA has announced its third project for the Sydney suburb of Macquarie Park. 

Its latest project, a $160-million, 23-storey tower, will be the suburb's tallest residential tower with views through to the Sydney CBD skyline.

Designed by Turner architects, One Twenty Macquarie at 120 Herring Road will offer 196 apartments with a gym, theatrette and landscaped gardens as part of the development.

Toga unveils towering third Macquarie Park apartment block

TOGA has two other successful projects nearby. 

Its 618-apartment development Macquarie Central has sold out and its Macquarie Green, 164-apartment development is very close to being all sold. 

Macquarie Park, around 16 kilometres to the Sydney CBD, is home to Sydney's second-largest business park with projections of being Australia's fourth-largest CBD by 2030. 

It is also has nearby one of Sydney's major universities, Macquarie University. 

The project will have apartments ranging from one-bedroom apartments to top-floor penthouses.

Construction of One Twenty Macquarie is expected to see completion in 2018. Sales will begin in March.    

TOGA’s latest tower reflects the move to self-sufficient satellite cities as Sydney looks to more innovative planning to provide affordable housing close to transport interchanges, education infrastructure, medical amenities, childcare services and more. 

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Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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