Sekisui House Australia launches The Imperial at Norwest

Sekisui House Australia launches The Imperial at Norwest
Sekisui House Australia launches The Imperial at Norwest

Sekisui House Australia has appointed Parkview Group to build the first stage of its new masterplanned community The Orchards at Norwest.

Sekisui House Australia CEO and managing director Toru Abe said that Sekisui House was delighted to be working with Parkview Group again, after collaborating on the ‘Savannah’ building at The Address in Wentworth Point.

The first stage is named Imperial, a nod to the area's rich heritage as a citrus growing region.

It will be made up of 121 apartments over two buildings which will feature orchard trees planted on the rooftops.

Parkview Group project manager Anthony Sakkal said Parkview was excited to be involved in such an important project that marries the area’s history and its future.

“Sekisui House is a very thoughtful and measured global developer that always brings a very well-considered approach to every project it develops as well as a commitment to add value, amenity and convenience to future residents,” he said.

Completion of Imperial is slated by 2019.

Sekisui House Australia launches The Imperial at Norwest

The collaboration announcement comes after the launch of the 600 sqm display centre, complete with an immersion room to virtually showcase The Orchards amenity and lifestyle offering.

Designed by The Turner Studios and McGregor Coxall Landscape Architects The Orchards is set to comprise 1300 apartments across its 8.8 hectare site which will also feature an established creek, retained heritage trees and outdoor cinema, music room and rooftop gardens.

The Orchards will also feature a 1.4-hectare public park, playgrounds, breakout green spaces, a community function centre, lagoon pool and a gymnasium with a heated lap pool.

The development is located opposite the 18-hole championship golf course at the Castle Hill Country Club.

It will comprise one, two, three and four bedroom apartments across seven residential buildings, with local downsizers expected to be attracted to the development.

Toru Abe said young families have shown an early interest.

“Initial enquiry has also been strong from young families attracted to safe, community living with plenty of open spaces for children to play and the added convenience of flexi-rooms that allow for adaptable use – whether as another bedroom or home office,” he said.

Sekisui House sales team has also been fielding calls from investors and those working in the Sydney CBD who are aware that Norwest Railway Station – just 500 metres away and currently under construction - is due for completion by the time the first residents at The Orchards start moving in.

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Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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