mulpha wins norwest metro station site development tender
Mulpha has won the tender to develop a site adjacent to Norwest Metro Station. Image: Supplied.
  • Development located on the site adjacent to the station at 25-31 Brookhollow Avenue.
  • To comprise three multi-level towers on top of two mixed-use podiums.
  • Vision includes ensuring the Norwest is a great place to live, work, and play.

The New South Wales (NSW) government has selected Mulpha to develop the site adjacent to the Norwest Metro Station at 25-31 Brookhollow Avenue in the Sydney suburb of Norwest.

“Mulpha is thrilled to have been chosen to activate this landmark development site which will be the civic gateway to and from Norwest, and an integral component of Mulpha’s broader planning vision for Norwest,” said Mulpha’s head of developments, Tim Spencer.

“It will be the centrepiece in delivering another step-change to the Norwest Smart City vision.”

Tim Spencer, Mulpha

Mulpha’s selection as the successful tenderer to develop the site demonstrates its market-leading position in the North West of Sydney and is recognition by the State Government of Mulpha’s commitment to sustainability and quality outcomes.

The company’s commitment to sustainability was also acknowledged by the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) which has supported Mulpha’s ambitious new sustainable residential development Norwest Quarter in the Hills with an $80 million green loan to cut energy costs by as much as 50%. The CEFC position is being matched by an $80 million green loan from ANZ.

“We will continue to engage the best brains from Australia and around the world and aim to set new benchmarks in smart design, physical and digital connectivity, and environmental sustainability,” said Spencer.

Seamlessly integrated with Norwest Metro Station

The site is set to become home to three multi-level towers on top of two bio-philia-designed mixed-use podia. The towers will be home to business, education, and retail uses, while the podium and public plaza will play host to community spaces and retail.

“Importantly, it will be a transit-oriented commercial development that aims to increase job supply in Sydney’s northwest and set the benchmark for the next phase of Norwest’s vibrant business centre,” said Spencer.

“We want to create an environment that engages people and fosters the connectivity and creative energy that will underpin Norwest as a lifestyle destination and dynamic business centre in the global knowledge economy.

“This won’t just be somewhere to pass through on your way to somewhere else. It will be central to ensuring Norwest is a great place to live, work, and play.”

The development will be designed to seamlessly integrate with the Norwest Metro Station and other world-class social amenities, residential and business facilities that are planned for Norwest City, complemented by extensive parklands, pedestrian paths and cycleways connecting the site to greater Norwest.

In developing the site, Mulpha will work closely with Landcom, Sydney Metro, Hills Shire Council, and the State Government, to ensure planning requirements are met and the development delivers on its full potential.



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