Written by: Ken Stanley
New masterplanned community, Infinity Park in Sydney’s Norwest boasts numerous distinctive features and components which make it the most premium residential community in Sydney’s leafy Hills District to purchase both for owner-occupiers and investors alike.
Having received DA approval in 2019, Infinity Park will comprise 290 apartments across three residential buildings. The project consists of a 25-storey tower, Marque, along with two five-storey low rise buildings, marketed as Alpha and Omega, comprising the most premium two and three bedroom apartments in the precinct.
So here are the Top 13 reasons why Infinity Park is the best place to buy into in the Hills:
1. Tropical lagoon swimming pool, the largest in the Hills
At its core, a tropical lagoon pool weaves through lush landscaping punctuated by alfresco social and relaxation areas creating an inner sanctuary. The spectacular lagoon pool is the largest in the Hills district.
2. Every apartment comes with a car space
Not all developments build underground secure carparks. In the Hills, there have been some projects where one bedroom and even some two bedroom apartments don’t come with a car space.
PRD Norwest Managing Director, David Inkster said living in the Hills it’s essential to have a car space, even with the newly operational Metro Stations.
“All apartments come with at least one car space at Infinity Park,” he said.
3. Larger 2 bed and 3 bed apartments come with 2 car spaces
“Our larger two and three bedroom apartments come with two car spaces with 40 per cent of all two bedroom apartments come with two car spaces,” he said.
4. An enormous 58 visitor car spaces allocated
Significantly, Infinity Park will include a 58-space visitor car park, which is an enormous allocation by Sydney standards. This is to service 290 apartments.
5. Expansive extra-wide balconies
The elegant architectural building, Marque, creates a conversation with the surrounding landscapes, animated by organic curved balconies and balustrades that sweep like ribbons across the façade.
6. Clever interior design configuration complete with study nooks
Contemporary luxury, superior materials and considered, clever design are hallmarks of the interior styling at Infinity Park. Design features such as study nooks, ensure the practical demands of daily living are paramount.
7. Greenest residential development in the Hills with over 7,649 sqm of green space situated beside the Castle Hill Country Club
When the weather’s right, get in a few holes at Castle Hill Country Club’s championship course and be home in time for morning tea.
Featuring 7,649 sqm of lush tropical landscaping and green space, it will be Norwest’s greenest residential community.
8. Communal rooftop dining spaces
Beautiful to spend time in, Marque’s rooftop gardens are wonderful spaces to sit, chill and take in the views or celebrate with friends and family.
9. Most elevated point in Norwest capturing sweeping city skyline and views to the Blue Mountains
Situated on the most elevated point of Norwest, Infinity Park will offer The Hills District’s finest elevated 360 degree panoramic views over the adjacent golf course, Norwest Lake, the Sydney CBD skyline, the district and distant Blue Mountains.
10. Exceptional construction standards
Haitchin has partnered with construction company, CJCA to deliver the project. Independent specialist, Construction Consultants Pty Ltd will oversee the construction program, managed by Director, Michael Dakhoul to ensure the project is delivered to the highest construction standards.
CJCA has a strong track record in delivering high-rise residential developments having delivered a portfolio of residential projects in Sydney.
11. Award-winning architects
Stunningly designed by Turner, Infinity Park will become one of Norwest most sought-after residential addresses and offers a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments priced from $630,000.
12. Living within a secure, safe building
Security and feeling safe and sound is of high importance to many people and apartment living provides that peace of mind.
Living within a safe and secure building fitted with all modern safety features such as security fobs to access buildings and lifts as well as intercom systems in all apartments and CCTV cameras at all entrances offer that added level of security.
13. Energy Efficient/ Plenty of natural light and ventilation
Apartments have been designed to enhance cross ventilation and flood interior spaces with an abundance of natural light, minimising the need to turn on lights and therefore saving on electricity costs.
“Infinity Park is certainly one of the most premium mixed-use communities in Norwest. With elevated resort-style amenities and so many considered touch points, the project has received strong interest from local downsizers not wanting to miss out on the opportunity to live here,” Mr Inkster said.
The residential component of Infinity Park is due for completion in mid-2025 with the commercial building completing earlier in April 2024.
For enquiries or to register interest at Infinity Park, please visit www.infinitypark.com.au or call PRD Norwest on 0455 120 777.