The Parramatta skyscraper is one step closer

At Parramatta, the Turner design features a raised podium connecting the two towers and housing a raised courtyard garden, while the ground floor is “carved” to create retail and hospitality fronts for commercial tenants.

Flexible workplace rentals are planned on the levels above, and additional space is planned for a fitness center and a doctor’s surgery.


“New buildings can have a major impact on the street and existing residents. We were conscious not to block the view of the adjacent parkland from the streets, and we wanted to bring green into the very urban streetscape,” said Cox.

Deicorp says the development’s proximity to the park and transportation hubs will benefit residents and the public alike.

“Deicorp is thrilled to deliver this project in the beating heart of Parramatta – Sydney’s second business district,” said Furolo.

“And with its location on the doorstep of the new Parramatta Light Rail and a stone’s throw from the upcoming subway and the existing Parramatta Station, this project continues Deicorp’s focus on delivering great transport-connected developments.”

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Brian Lowry

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