Dyldam to launch South Quarter, Parramatta in October

Dyldam to launch South Quarter, Parramatta in October
Dyldam to launch South Quarter, Parramatta in October

The plans for the South Quarter of the Auto Alley, Church Street, Parramatta by developer Dyldam have been unveiled.

It is a $876 million residential mixed-use project on the former Holden car yard on 57, 63 and 83 Church Street.

It is set to become the 1.4-hectare "South Quarter" precinct, with five residential and commercial buildings as well as an internationally branded hotel.

Dyldam confirmed there would be more than 750 apartments along with 40,000 square metres of retail and commercial space.

The buildings will range between 10 and 42 storeys, set around 450 metres from the Parramatta Rail and Bus Interchange.

Artist impression of South Quarter of a planned development of Auto Alley on 57, 63 and 83 Church Street, Parramatta.
 

"Being a major corporate resident in the Parramatta area since 1969, we are very proud to be creating this dynamic new precinct in the city," Dyldam chief operating officer Fayad Fayad told Fairfax Media.

Dyldam beat contenders including AV Jennings for the coveted site in 2015 with the City West Joint Regional Planning Panel approving the site masterplan in 2016 with its Allen Jack+Cottier design.

Artist's impression of the South Quarter precinct of Dyldam's planned development of Auto Alley on 57, 63 and 83 Church ...
 
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