Cbus Property top out Epping apartment development The Langston

The topping out came of their 29-storey Langston Tower, which will be the tallest tower of three to be built by Hutchinson Builders

Cbus Property top out Epping apartment development The Langston
The topping out of The Langston: Image supplied

The leading property developer Cbus Property have topped out their residential mixed-use project The Langston in Sydney's Epping.

The topping out came of their 29-storey Langston Tower, which will be the tallest tower of three to be built by Hutchinson Builders. 

The Langston Tower will be flanked with two further towers, the 24 level The Central, as well as a 19-level tower yet to be named. The trio of towers will home 462 apartments which are expected to be completed by the end of 2021.

The Langston, located 100 metres from Epping Station, will also home a 2,750 sqm public plaza which adjoins a 2,100 sqm mixed-use retail precinct which will include a supermarker, cafes, restaurants and a number of retail tenances.

Cbus Property CEO Adrian Pozzo said the topping out, attended by Hutchinson Builders chairman Scott Hutchinson and City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Bob Dywer, marks an important step in the revitalization of the Epping Town Centre.

“To have the physical structure of The Langston completed is a major achievement for our entire project team – and we’re now focussed on pushing ahead into the final stages of the construction,” Mr Pozzo said.

“We’ve been committed to developing this site for a number of years, so to reach this stage in the development is not only an exciting milestone for us, but also for the future face of Epping.

“The Langston is a major contributor to the Epping Town Centre, providing new housing opposite a major transport hub, as well as brand-new retail offerings and an extensive public domain that links pedestrians from the station through to the eastern side of the suburb.

The event included the placement of a ceremonial magnolia tree atop Langston Tower to mark the occasion.

Architectus have designed the three towers.

Architectus senior associate Gary Henighen believes The Langston will be a distinctive landmark in Sydney’s north-west.

“The Langston will feature abundant amenity and premium features akin to that of inner-CBD residential projects,” Mr Henighen said.

Architectus’ design thoughtfully responds to the changing market conditions, including the rapid growth of the region, links to the new metro line and increased expectations for apartment living following the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The Langston will provide residents with a luxurious, hotel-style experience and externally, the curvaceous form of the buildings maximises the spectacular 360-degree views over Sydney’s city skyline and the Blue Mountains."

There will be a swimming pool with a pool deck and cabanas, a wellness hub with gym and exercise spaces, a sky lounge with terrace and private dining spaces and an on-site co-working space.

Prices start from $580,000 for a one-bedroom apartment or $790,000 for a two-bedroom apartment.

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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