Castle Hill's new $300 million apartment development, Castle Island, launches

The $300m Castle Island, some 295 spread across seven buildings near the new Showgrounds town centre, is connected to the rest of Sydney by a new Sydney Metro Station.

Castle Hill's new $300 million apartment development, Castle Island, launches
KWG's Castle Island development. Image supplied

The booming Castle Hill apartment market is set to welcome yet another development near the $1 billion Showgrounds precinct.

The latest is from KWG Property, who has launched their $300m Castle Island, some 295 spread across seven buildings near the new Showgrounds town centre, well connected to the rest of Sydney by the new Sydney Metro Station.

Inspired by nature, Castle Island was the worked of the local architectural firm, Giles Tribe, and two international architects, Hong Kong’s ARVA Architects and DLN Architects. They brought a shared vision of integrating the surrounding landscape into Castle Island’s apartments.

On offer is one, two and three-bedroom apartment, featuring full-height glazed facades designed to offer extensive views so that residents feel connected to nature and their surroundings.

The one and two-bedroom apartments are being pitched at owner-occupiers and investors, while the premium 135 sqm, three-bedroom apartments are expected to generate interest from families, downsizers, and rightsizers.

Residents can choose from two colour palettes in the apartments. There's WOODLAND’s pale oak-inspired timbers, stone grey benchtops and brushed bronze accents, or create a more classic FOREST FLOOR’s creamy marble-look benches, black wenge cabinetry matte black tapware.

The communal spaces have been designed by Glyph Studio include a clubhouse, gym, lobby, library and co-working space. There's also private lounging nooks, yoga zones, games and play areas, space for rooftop meals and sunset drinks.

There's a large garden central to the project, as well as three elevated sky gardens, complete with barbecues, a yoga lawn and twilight outdoor cinema.

Construction commencement is proposed for Q4 2022, with Stage 1 completion expected in Q2 2024.

Developers are continuing to put faith in the growing Castle Hill area. Experts are expecting a 20 per cent rise in population in Castle Hill in the next 15 years, due to infrastructure and amenity upgrades.

Commuters have been spared the motorway with the new Sydney Metro Station, now just a 40-minute commute to Town Hall Station.

The popular Castle Towers shopping precinct has been redeveloped, and the Showgrounds precinct continues to grow in to a destination with a range of shopping and amenity.

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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 new developments across the country

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