The rise of low rise

The rise of low rise
The rise of low rise

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Charming low-rise façades and neighbourhood-style communities are luring buyers searching for the Australian dream.

Buyers at TOGA’s low-rise Macquarie Green project can fulfil high expectations with the Australian property developer’s neighbourhood-style development set to deliver residences with generous shared amenities and spacious green zones apt for both life’s busy agenda and leisure.

A private road with access from either Whiteside Street or David Avenue provides entry to Macquarie Green - a 164-residence community set securely in Sydney’s bourgeoning Macquarie Park.

The rise of low rise

Macquarie Green features boutique-style one, two and three-bedroom apartments housed within two buildings between three and five storeys high as well as a selection of premium townhouses set within two duplex-style buildings.

The Marchese Partners-designed development boasts a low-key atmosphere complemented by serene alfresco spaces including impressive landscaped gardens. 

TOGA General Manager of Sales & Marketing Alex Adams said Macquarie Green provided an exceptional opportunity for buyers to secure low-maintenance apartment living with a liberating sense of space.

Ground-floor apartments at Macquarie Green transition to private open-air courtyards where residents can look out to level-lawns fringed by native and exotic foliage and manicured hedges.  

“Macquarie Green will offer buyers casual privacy and a unique sense of neighbourhood centred by attractive gardens and functional amenities,” Mr Adams said.

“Macquarie Green’s picturesque setting is only a short amble from all the convenience of Macquarie Park’s urban nucleus which is anchored by a business park, world-class shopping centre, university and hospital,” he said.

Shared amenities on offer include the development’s contained landscaped gardens, barbecue facilities protected by a pergola and a vegetable patch for residents to enjoy.

“Macquarie Green is about pressing the pause button and creating meaningful memories with friends, family and loved ones,” Mr Adams said.

“We wanted to Redefine the suburban neighbourhood to offer both sanctuary and security,” he added.

The rise of low rise

Above ground-level residents will enjoy louvered balconies designed to maximise both natural light and privacy creating a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor living.

Macquarie Green is a joint venture between Australian property developer TOGA and leading independent investment and advisory house Gresham.

Macquarie Park is located 16 kilometres from the Sydney CBD and a short walk from Macquarie University, Macquarie Shopping Centre and the train station. 

Two architecturally-designed finishes schemes ‘Sanctuary’ and ‘Oasis’ highlight timber floors in living spaces and add depth to balance contemporary-coloured joinery.

Construction at Macquarie Green commenced in late-2015 with a complete date of mid-2017.

Macquarie Green is located at 5 Whiteside Avenue, North Ryde.

Prices start from $650,000.

A styled display suite is available to view from Thursday through to Sunday (10am to 2pm) at 78 Waterloo Road, Macquarie Park (entry via Byfield Street).

For all sales enquiries visit www.macquariegreen.com.au or call 1800 787 731.

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