The landscaped rooftop terrace feature dedicated wellness areas. Image Supplied.
  • Features a landscaped rooftop terrace, yoga decks and designated areas for mindfulness
  • The location is expected to be a drawcard for employees wanting work-life balance

A new office complex that seeks to focus on keeping workers fit and healthy has been embraced by business owners in Sydney’s new Norwest development.

Developer Haitchin’s Infinity Commercial has already seen the majority of offices released in stage one sold at an average of $9,400 per square metre –  a benchmark for office space in The Hills.

Many of the sales include professionals services firms that have acquired suites ranging from 40sqm to 80sqm. Suites will be connected with alfresco meeting rooms, encouraging a holistic approach, says PRD Norwest.

The landscaped rooftop terrace – labelled an ‘above ground park’ – will include yoga decks and designated areas for mindfulness and other activities to boost wellbeing.

“We wanted to create a building that breaks the mould of traditional office space, somewhere that is not just extraordinary to look at but that provides an amazing place to work,” said Robert Tasevski, General Manager at Haitchin Group.

“Wellness is important to supporting productivity and performance and this is something business owners are beginning to appreciate – particularly now as many navigate a hybrid work from home model in the workplace.

Robert Tasevski, General Manager Haitchin Group

“Our vision is to spark imagination while embedding restorative and healing qualities that come from being surrounded by nature. Infinity Commercial will become a home for creators, innovators and thought leaders.”

The Tuner Architect-designed building is seven storeys high offering a total of 95 business units, all of which include outdoor rooms.

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David Inkster of PRD Norwest said the market response so far places it in good stead ahead of the development’s first residential release which is expected to occur before the year’s end.

“We expect that fewer people will want to stay working from home, but they will demand life-work balance and having the chance to live close to the office will be a huge drawcard. This makes Infinity Park at Norwest the ideal location, “ said Mr Inkster.

“Unlike anywhere else in Norwest, Infinity Commercial offers common meeting rooms, outdoor rooftop breakout areas and ‘end of trip’ facilities including change rooms and showers to encourage workers to cycle, walk and exercise.”

David Inkster, PRD Norwest

A builder is expected to be appointed by Haitchin by the end of the year with the construction of Infinity Commercial expected to last two years.

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