Macquarie exchange set to be the new CBD of Sydney’s north with easy access through the new metro line. Picture: supplied
ONE could say it is ongoing … WHEN will it end?
WITH the …
-Herring Road Precinct
-Talavera Road with Meriton’s ‘Destination’
MACQUARIE PARK was set up as a Business and IT Park 30 years ago … sadly much of it has been demolished for residential apartment precincts for foreign buyers …
JUST as the Mayor and Ryde-wide established residents and workers are pleased to hear that a 17 storey commercial development is destined for Macquarie Park …
High-Rise Harry returns having not only gobbled up most of a block in Talavera Road but also now Cottonwood Crescent, and MERITON has received a number of approaches from committees acting for buildings where the 75 per cent threshold had been reached.
“We’re seriously looking for more sites and treating those approaches as a potential starting point” … said Meriton’s Head of Acquisitions
IS this how HT brings in more migrants?
”I will bring in more migrants’ …
AS MERITON acquires more development sites this would appear to belie that of the Berejiklian Government Planning Department alleging that it will continue working with Council to complete a Master Plan for the growing area …
SHOULD not a ‘Master Plan’ have been created prior to development? OR does it continue to be a NSW Planning ‘Work in Progress’ to allow developers to always get what they want?
MEANWHILE … the infrastructure deficit is impossible to fix …
JESSICA RIDLEY 7 NEWS REPORTS
The urban commercial park will also provide 100 per cent carbon neutral energy to all buildings within the park. Picture: supplied
There’s little more than roads and concrete pathways around the new METRO STATION at busy Macquarie Park
So the prospect of a cafe strip and shops has the work crew excited.
The newly approved MACQUARIE EXCHANGE includes 17 storey high commercial towers. Below green spaces, child care and bars for clock off …
MAYOR LAXALE: That will invigorate a night time economy. This is exactly the type of development we want commercial only, right on transport as opposed to all the residential we are seeing the State Government push into Macquarie Park.
JESSICA RIDLEY: Apartment giant MERITON, one of those to snatch up more land close to the Macquarie Centre and University.
But there are those flagging concerns about the rapid pace of development in Macquarie Park with a surge of new residents and office tenants. The question is will infrastructure will be able to cope?
ADAM SEARLE MP: When you are putting in significant populations of people there need to be parks, schools. There needs to be hospital services.
JESSICA RIDLEY: The Planning Department says it will continue working with Council to complete a Master Plan for the growing area.
Construction on the new Macquarie Exchange begins in a few months.
Macquarie exchange set to be the new CBD of Sydney’s north with easy access through the new metro line. Picture: Supplied: Daily Telegraph