Five reasons why Mirvac's Pavilions should be on a buyer's shortlist

Situated in the heart of Greater Sydney's sporting district, Pavilions by Mirvac offers residents a vibrant lifestyle, with world-class amenities, eateries and transport on their doorstep.

Five reasons why Mirvac's Pavilions should be on a buyer's shortlist
Mirvac's Pavilions central garden. Image supplied

Nestled amongst verdant parklands, you’ll find the tranquil Pavilions Residences, an exciting, newly completed development by one of Australia’s leading developers, Mirvac.

Situated in the heart of Greater Sydney's sporting district, Pavilions by Mirvac offers residents a vibrant lifestyle, with world-class amenities, eateries and transport on their doorstep. 

A selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments, terrace homes and Sky Homes are currently available for sale.

Urban has shortlisted five reasons why buyer’s should consider an apartment in Pavilions.

1. Developed by Mirvac and BVN Architects

Mirvac is one of Australia’s leading developers with many of their projects designed by their in-house design team.

With currently $24 billion of assets under management in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, Mirvac has a solid record of continually delivering a quality product.

BVN, whose HQ is in Sydney, has an international footprint and global reputation for design leadership and innovation, with offices as far as New York. The firm has won more Sir John Sulman Medals than any other Australian practice.

2. Designed by BVN Architects

Mirvac's in house design team worked with the internationally renowned BVN Architecture on Pavilions. BVN has a global reputation for design leadership and innovation, with offices as far as New York. The firm has won more Sir John Sulman Medals than any other Australian practice.

They've worked on the likes of the Greenland Centre in the Sydney CBD, Brisbane's Ascot House, in the multi-stage Ascot Green development, and the 430 Pitt Street, a hotel designed with a sloping green waterfall, also in Sydney.

3. The apartments

Touted as Mirvac's largest-ever single stage residential project, the four-tower project offers a distinct range of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments, terrace homes and Sky Homes.

Each home is light and spacious, with timeless interior design, high-quality appliances and an abundance of storage. All properties have been designed to suit every lifestyle. 

4. The location and amenities

Located within the Sydney Olympic Park precinct, the site is 16 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD and nine kilometres from the Parramatta CBD

Living in Sydney Olympic Park means having access to public transport amenities like the Sydney Olympic Park station, Australia Avenue bus stop, Concord West Station and a future proposed metro rail which will see a tram reach the city in less than 20 minutes.

As well as being a short stroll to local cafes and restaurant, Pavilions by Mirvac features its own alfresco dining facilities, part of the central 4,500 square metre courtyard which brings residents of all four towers together.

Other amenities include a fully equipped on-site gym, a community room and a multifunction space complete with a kitchen.

The shared space has also been designed with families in mind, complete with a dedicated playground.

5. Sustainable building and design measures

Five reasons why Mirvac's Pavilions should be on a buyer's shortlist Pictured is a feature wall made of recycled coffee bags

In line with Mirvac’s sustainability goals and those of its cornerstone investor, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, LIV Indigo has been designed to achieve 40 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions. Energy and water-saving measures include upgraded glazing to improve thermal performance, LED lighting throughout, energy-efficient appliances, solar power and water efficient taps, toilets, showers and washing machines.

Residents will also have access to electric vehicle charging stations and connection to Sydney Olympic Park’s recycled water network. One of the apartments was showcased by Mirvac as part of their efforts for a circular economy.

In collaboration with the University of New South Wales Centre of Sustainable Materials Research and Technology (SMaRT), Mirvac have utilized technology to turn waste materials into "green ceramics", which were used throughout one of their display apartments. To see Urban's tour of the apartment, click here.

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au

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