Unique apartment living unveiled in Treehouse at Midtown MacPark

Unique apartment living unveiled in Treehouse at Midtown MacPark
Render of the masterplanned community, Midtown in Sydney's Macquarie Park. Image supplied.
Alison Warters June 20, 2022

Apartments in the aptly named Treehouse at Midtown MacPark will soon be launched to market, offering new residents a distinctive leafy lifestyle in one of Sydney’s most vibrant and sustainable new communities.

Frasers Property Australia’s master planned Midtown MacPark community has already become the new heart of Macquarie Park, and Treehouse will be the jewel in its crown.

Designed by Sydney architecture firm Studio Johnston, Treehouse exemplifies community connections and interactions, with an abundance of communal spaces located throughout the building, including the activated sky garden rooftop, complete with its own indoor kitchen, barbecue facilities, and outdoor cinema area.

The most unique feature at Treehouse is its custom-designed Treehouse Rooms.

These communal spaces span three levels, each with their own landscaped gardens, with spaces to relax and take in the expansive views from its position overlooking the central Village Green.

Each Treehouse Room caters to the varying needs of residents, providing alternative modern day ‘backyards’ in which to work, socialise, and relax.

There are spaces for children to play, incorporating waterplay, rock climbing and grassy pockets, areas with dedicated seating and tables, as well as entertaining spaces.

Cameron Jackson, General Manager Development NSW, Frasers Property Australia says Treehouse offers buyers flexible living options and connection to nature while enjoying all the connectivity and amenities Midtown MacPark has to offer.

“Residents of Treehouse will quite literally be living among the trees thanks to the exclusively designed Treehouse Rooms, which are unmatched by any other residential community in greater Sydney, or indeed, further afield,” Jackson says.

“They are just some of the many varied communal spaces residents can spend time with family and friends as well as their new neighbours, including the incredible rooftop space, Village Green and surrounding parks.”

Commenting on the unique design features of Treehouse, Studio Johnston Director, Conrad Johnston says residents will enjoy a lifestyle experience not available anywhere else.

“Treehouse is a very different style of apartment building that delivers an exciting, new approach to apartment living. The outdoor Treehouse rooms in particular are a really strong innovation and I think they will generate a strong sense of community,” Johnston says.

“We see Treehouse as the best of both worlds –the best of apartment living and also the best of living in a home.”

Treehouse will offer 162 apartments, with a mixture of studios and one-bedroom apartments ideal for young professionals, first home buyers and investors, as well as two-and three-bedroom apartments to suit the family market.

Each residence includes contemporary colour schemes and luxurious fittings and fixtures, including natural timber kitchens and Forest Oak bathrooms.

Residents will live directly above Midtown’s hive of ground floor shops and cafes, while being within walking distance of the proposed new school, the Macquarie Park and North Ryde commercial hubs, along with the Macquarie Centre, Macquarie University, and the North West Metro.

“Midtown MacPark has been designed for 100 per cent walkability, allowing residents to move about their tree-lined community without the need for a vehicle at all, and Treehouse will take pride of place at the very heart of this community,” says Jackson.

Treehouse residents will also have access to Midtown MacPark’s car sharing schemes, while a similar number of bicycle spaces will allow residents the freedom to move about by bike and take full advantage of the nearby Shrimptons Creek Cycleway.

The vibrant new community also includes a children’s playground, open spaces, pay-as-you-go pool and gym, as well as a community garden.

Frasers Property is targeting a 6 Star Green Star Communities rating for Midtown MacPark and the vision is for the community to be carbon neutral in operation.  

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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