Macquarie Park’s world-class education lures buyers

Macquarie Park’s world-class education lures buyers
Macquarie Park’s world-class education lures buyers

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Buyers are flocking to Macquarie Park drawn to exceptional transport links and access to leading education infrastructure.

Macquarie Green in adjacent North Ryde has emerged as a residential development choice for parents of school-aged children and university students looking to capitalise on the growing ‘knowledge city’ in Sydney’s booming north west.

The 164-residence community at 5 Whiteside Avenue North Ryde is set securely nearby Sydney’s bourgeoning Macquarie Park and offers private road access from either Whiteside Street or David Avenue.

Macquarie Park’s world-class education lures buyers

Macquarie Green is located less than 1.5 km from Macquarie University and less than 2.5 km from the Macquarie School of Graduate Management and the Australian School of Advanced Medicine.

Macquarie University (below) ranks among the top two per cent of universities in the world and has undergone a more than $1 billion infrastructure and facility transformation in recent years.

Macquarie Park’s world-class education lures buyers

The campus features Australia’s first and only private not-for-profit hospital (on a university campus), the global headquarters of Cochlear, the Australian Hearing Hub, a state-of-the-art library, a combined sport aquatic centre and an on-campus railway station. 

Designed by Marchese Partners, 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.

Macquarie Park’s world-class education lures buyers

Primary schools nearby Macquarie Green include Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School in North Ryde, North Ryde Primary School and Kent Road Public School in Eastwood.

Within the area is also a number of quality high schools including Ryde Secondary College, Epping Boys High School, Marsden High School and Chatswood High School.   

TOGA’s General Manager of Sales and Marketing Alex Adams said Macquarie Green’s proximity to education opportunities was a key drawcard for buyers.

“Macquarie Park, and the greater Ryde area, has positioned itself as a viable alternative to Sydney’s inner-city for its breadth of education facilities and career opportunities,” Mr Adams said.

“Parents of school-aged children can access a number of quality primary and high schools and students can easily walk to world-class Macquarie University from Macquarie Green,” he said. 

Providing convenient access to internship and job opportunities, more than 300 companies are positioned on the Macquarie University campus or in the adjacent high-tech precinct.

“Families and young professionals are jumping at the chance to secure a bright future,” Mr Adams added.

Macquarie Green boasts large common landscaped gardens and many residences feature generous private gardens; appealing to parents of school-aged children.

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. 

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

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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