Prime bridge extension to Macquarie Centre

Prime bridge extension to Macquarie Centre
Prime bridge extension to Macquarie Centre

Property developer JQZ has submitted a development application to build a bridge directly connecting the Prime apartment development to the neighbouring Macquarie Centre in Sydney's Macquarie Park.

The proposal is for an enclosed pedestrian bridge connecting Prime apartments to the Macquarie Centre fresh food market.

Jian Qiu Zhang, Founder and CEO of JQZ, said interest in this exciting project has been very high from day one, given the integrated lifestyle on offer. 

"Prime will be a place where residents can work, play, shop and dine out right where they live," he said.  

"As well as the extensive range of premium and convenience shopping on offer, residents will have ready access to medical centres, banks, chemists, government utilities, travel agents and many other essentials.

“As well as the dining options made available by the Macquarie Centre bridge connection, the ground floor of Prime will be recessed to create an additional 1,600sqm of food and beverage offerings in a plaza area to activate the street frontage. 

"This landscaped public domain area will include restaurants, cafes and alfresco dining, as well as a children’s water play area and public art."

Prime will feature 680 one, two, three and four-bedroom penthouse apartments across four 20-storey towers, which will each sit on four-storey podiums. 

The development will feature a viewing platform overlooking the central plaza, a landscaped reading and meditation space, a 25-metre heated undercover pool and an adjoining spa and gym. 

One-bedroom apartments are available from $650,000, while two-bedroom apartments start from $990,000, and three-bedrooms from $1,380,000.

Stage 2 sales will be released on Saturday 17 June 2017.

The Prime sales gallery is open from 11am to 4pm (except Fridays) at 101 Waterloo Road, Macquarie Park. 

For more information, visit www.primemacquarie.com.au

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Residential Development Macquarie Park

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