Toga unveils One Twenty Macquarie urban garden scheme ahead of weekend launch

Toga unveils One Twenty Macquarie urban garden scheme ahead of weekend launch
Toga unveils One Twenty Macquarie urban garden scheme ahead of weekend launch

Toga Group’s $160-million One Twenty Macquarie development will be launched this weekend.

It will be Macquarie Park’s tallest apartment tower housing 192-apartments within 23-storeys.

The group has released images ahead of its sales launch which detail One Twenty Macquarie’s landscaped gardens.

Toga has collected hundreds of expressions of buyer interest for the Turner-designed development located 16 kilometres from Sydney CBD and 450 metres from Macquarie University, Macquarie Shopping Centre and Macquarie University railway station. 

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Views from the One Twenty Macquarie apartments’ include the city, North Sydney, Chatswood, Homebush and Lane Cove National Park.

One Twenty Macquarie will feature an urban-style-backyard; a 460 sqm landscaped resident’s garden with outdoor seating, timber pergola, barbeque facilities along with a reflection pond. 

Turner Associate Director Kevin Driver said uniting city life with nature was important. 

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. 

One Twenty Macquarie is TOGA’s third project in the area following the sold out 618-apartment development Macquarie Central and Macquarie Green; a 164-apartment development now 90 percent sold.

Construction is slated to begin mid-year with 2018 completion.

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