What’s driving buyers to Norwest masterplan, Infinity Park

Publisher: Urban.com.au
Written by: Alison Warters

Sydney’s Hills District is abuzz with development activity of late. The work around the Hills Showground precinct has stolen much of the show in the local area, but Norwest, the new suburb only established five years ago, is starting to attract attention.

Haitchin Property Group have been working on Infinity Park, their Norwest masterplan, since securing approval in 2019. It includes 290 apartments across three distinct buildings.

The Marque tower, soaring 25 levels, and the low-rise Alpha and Omega buildings, home a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, with extensive amenity featuring throughout the large Maitland Place site.

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At its heart is a sprawling tropical lagoon pool, the largest of its kind in the Hills District, winds through the lush landscaping. There’s around 7,650 sqm of green space throughout the development.

PRD Norwest Managing Director David Inkster says what has been an attractive proposition for buyers in the provision of a car space in every apartment. The larger two and three-bedroom units offer two car spaces.

Inkster says it’s essential to have a car when living in the Hills, even with the newly operational Metro Stations.

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Award-winning architects Turner have designed Infinity Park, which is slated for completion by mid-2025, while the sole commercial building will be complete in mid-2024.

The Marque building, the tallest of the three, seamlessly integrates with the natural surroundings through its organic curved balconies and balustrades, creating a harmonious dialogue between the edifice and its environment.

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The project has received strong interest from local downsizers not wanting to miss out on the opportunity to live at Infinity Park, Inkster says.

“Infinity Park is certainly one of the most premium mixed-use communities in Norwest.”

The project is located at one of the highest points in Norwest, offering residents views that span from the city skyline to the Blue Mountains.