Eco World International Bhd (EWI) marked a pivotal construction milestone with the topping out of the A$315 million (RM893 million) West Village – its first project in Parramatta, Sydney, Australia.
The company revealed that it registered a 95% take-up rate for West Village as buyers were eager to capitalise on the project’s proximity to Westfield Parramatta shopping centre and train station as well as various restaurants, boutique cafes and bars.
As the second central business district of Sydney, Parramatta is undergoing a major transformation, with key infrastructure projects and development to cater to a growing population and employment opportunities.
“We have always held the view that Parramatta would be the next growth area for Sydney, due to its central geographical location in New South Wales and its excellent infrastructure and amenities,” said EWI Australia CEO Yap Foo Leong.
“Parramatta truly suits our hallmark for rolling out quality developments in prime locations that can cater to the local needs of the residents, and the success West Village has experienced confirms the prediction that Parramatta is set to become the new (CBD).”
Designed by world-class architecture company Woods Bagot, West Village features 398 luxury apartments that comes with grand balconies. Amenities include a tower rooftop complete with a virtual golf room, BBQ facilities, a podium sky garden and a piano room.
Once completed, West Village will sit beside skyscrapers such as Skyrise, Altitude and the soon-to-be completed 4 Parramatta Square, said EWI.
The company’s other project in Australia, Yarra One in Melbourne, is under construction and set to top out in February next year.
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