15 Dredge Avenue & 4 Harvey Avenue, Moorebank, NSW 2170
Positioned in the heart of south-west Sydney, one of Australia’s fastest growing regions, Moorebank flies under the radar. Its proud industrial history aside, Moorebank is traditionally dismissed as a satellite of Liverpool, a place of quiet streets, nestling on a plateau with little interaction with the global city surrounding it.
Positioned in the heart of south-west Sydney, one of Australia’s fastest growing regions, Moorebank flies under the radar. This development site has potential for townhouses, with access to two street frontages.
Total area: 1,398m²
Zoning: R4 – High Density Residential
Dubbed “the south-west playground by the Georges River”, Moorebank is conveniently located to public transport, shopping centres, hospitals, schools, universities, parklands and open spaces. Located within 10 minutes of the development site is:
+ Moorebank Shopping Centre
+ Woolworths Moorebank
+ Liverpool City Centre
+ Westfield Liverpool
+ Liverpool Train Station
+ Liverpool Hospital
The level of activity in and around Moorebank is unprecedented. Now is the time for developers and investors to secure the opportunity to benefit from the full force of Moorebank’s upside in the future. These are the upcoming future entertainment and recreational precincts, and infrastructure upgrades:
+ Georges River retail & restaurant precinct to transform the area into a vibrant mixed-use region.
+ Riverside Stables includes luxury hotel, hospitality facilities: restaurant; bar; café, micro-brewery, and entertainment.
+ University of Wollongong – Liverpool Campus will generate a significant number of new jobs and contribute to the activation of the city centre.
+ Western Sydney University – Liverpool Campus to expand higher education opportunities and drive economic development in the region.
+ Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek is projected to bring in 31,000 jobs, as well as provide domestic and international connections.
+ Moorebank Marina will be a first-class recreational area with function centre and entertainment amenities.
+ An upgrade to Heathcote Road is planned to better connect Sydney’s southern suburbs to the south-west’s motorway network, and the upgrade will make Holsworthy train station more accessible.
Development sites like the corner of Harvey and Dredge Avenue are already scarce and with the surge in infrastructure projects, they will only become more rare.
Contact now for your Information Memorandum. Expression Of Interest Closing 31st October 2018.