Western Sydney University and Charter Hall celebrate ‘topping out’ at $220 million campus project

Western Sydney University and Charter Hall celebrate ‘topping out’ at $220 million campus project
Western Sydney University and Charter Hall celebrate ‘topping out’ at $220 million campus project

One Parramatta Square (1PSQ), a $220.5 million commercial development in Sydney’s west, had its 'topping out' that included among its attendees NSW Premier Mike Baird.

Upon completion, the building will be the flagship Parramatta City Campus for the Western Sydney University.

1PSQ will be Sydney’s most advanced education facility in Parramatta, according to a media release by Charter Hall Group, which is working on the project.

Also present at the occasion was WSU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Barney Glover and Charter Hall's head of Office Development, Andrew Borger.

1PSQ was the first project to commence construction as part of Parramatta City Council’s Parramatta Square vision. 

It will be the new CBD campus of Western Sydney University and includes 14 levels of A-grade commercial space over 26,500 square metres.

The university has committed to lease the entire building on a 15-year lease, with options.

The building was designed after an international competition won by Architectural firm Architectus.

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