Five things we love about Meriton’s latest residential tower in Parramatta, 180 George

Urban has taken a deeper look at what 180 George can offer homebuyers

Five things we love about Meriton’s latest residential tower in Parramatta, 180 George
180 George Street, Parramatta. Image supplied

180 George is among Meriton’s latest developments to be delivered in Sydney’s western suburb of Parramatta.

From the elevated podium gardens and destination ground-level retail to the superbly appointed residences, 180 George’s towering form announces the arrival of the most spectacular homes ever created on the city’s prized river edge.

Urban has taken a deeper look at what 180 George can offer homebuyers.

1. Riverfront address

Soaring to unprecedented heights, 180 George will set a new standard of riverfront living in Parramatta.

Rising 67 floors, the glass tower is set to become the tallest residential building in Parramatta after its completion in December 2021, offering panoramic views from almost every apartment.

552 landmark residences look out over Parramatta River to the Sydney CBD skyline and beyond, marking a new statement building in the epicentre of Western Sydney.

2. World-class development

Delivered by Meriton, 180 George is a world-class development, offering five-star amenities that include a 1,000sqm supermarket, a 75-place childcare centre and an adjoining 58-level hotel tower.

Other facilities include 1,200sqm of podium gardens, a barbeque area, seating, a fully-equipped gymnasium and an indoor aquatic centre with a heated pool, spa and sauna.

3. Luxurious homes

Investors and owner-occupiers will both enjoy the diverse selection of oversized apartments on offer at 180 George, each designed to capture the best of their riverside and CBD setting.

Designed by Woods Bagot, residences are characterised by contemporary design, luxury finishes and plentiful storage.

Dual-level and dual aspect apartments are available, many with large entertainer terraces, media rooms and study rooms with bedroom-sized proportions for those seeking versatile extra space.

Sleek kitchens, some taking in the tower’s signature views, are created around easy entertaining and modern family life, with premium quality European appliances, integrated dishwasher and VENINI microwave.

4. Sydney’s second CBD

“Parramatta is rapidly transforming into a buzzing metropolitan hub with over 175,000 working professionals making it Sydney’s second CBD”, the project marketing reads.

180 George is conveniently located at the centre of it all, just a small walk from the $2 billion Parramatta Square redevelopment which will boast the country’s largest office tower. It will house major tenants such as National Australia Bank and the NSW Government.

The key economic and cultural hub includes great community offerings, including the first vertical high school rising 16 storeys and the mixed-use Parramatta Square precinct.

5. Well-connected and well-serviced

Meriton’s latest Parramatta tower enjoys convenient access to some of Australia’s best educational and medical facilities.

Among these include the Western Sydney University Parramatta campus, the University of New England, Tara Anglican School for Girls and The King's School.

A short drive to the Westmead precinct unlocks one of the largest health, education, research and training precincts in Australia including four major hospitals, three medical research institutes and the largest research-intensive pathology service in the state.

Parramatta boasts a range of transport offerings, including the free shuttle bus service, the upgraded Parramatta Ferry Wharf, a future Light Rail stop, Parramatta Station the new multi-billion dollar transport networks including WestConnex and the new Metro West.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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