Urban escapists eyeing off western Sydney developments

Urban escapists eyeing off western Sydney developments
Urban escapists eyeing off western Sydney developments

A new generation of 'urban escapists' are choosing to build in a new area rather than live in inner ring suburbs, according to developer Rawson Communities.

Rawson Communities general manager Ben Hogan, said this demographic, between 25-40 years of age was a key driver of outer urban growth in areas like Sydney’s burgeoning Marsden Park, with this precinct has recently been highlighted as the fastest growing residential postcode in New South Wales.

“These Urban Escapists are seeking a contemporary lifestyle and family-orientated neighbourhood in a great location with accessible connections to shopping and community hubs, schools and recreation areas," he said.

“We are seeing huge growth in this demographic and expect it to drive sustainable development in the local area over the next 18 months.”

Rawson Communities are the developers of Horizon in Marsden Park12 kilometres to the west of Rouse Hill Town Centre and six kilometres from Schofields Station, with direct trains into the CBD with  lot sizes ranging from 225 sqm to 450 sqm, with price points starting from $614,300.

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