Dyldam launches sale of the first 200 units of South Quarter on Church Street, Parramatta

A large crowd of prospective buyers will flock to Parramatta this Saturday for the pre-sale launch of Dyldam’s $876 million South Quarter development.

The pre-sales program of 200 units will be the first stage of transforming Church Street’s famous Auto Alley into a thriving residential and commercial precinct.

The first stage, SQ1 Tower, will be 42 storeys high and designed by world renowned architectural firm Allen Jack + Cottier. Amenities will include a pool, gym, spa and yoga room. Prices start from $489,000 for a studio unit.

“We have taken great care with our architects to not only create superb apartments, but integrate SQ1 into the rest of the South Quarter, which is the southern gateway to Parramatta,” Dyldam chief executive Fayad Fayad said.

South Quarter will eventually consist of five buildings, an international branded hotel and a community park.

The Heartland Holden site is expected to become a brand new, world class destination for residents, tourists and workers.

The completion of the project expected in 2021.

“We have chosen the best architects in Australia and created a state of the art precinct, complete with expansive open spaces, where people can work, live and play in comfort and safety at all times,” Mr Fayad said.

Saturday’s release of 200 apartments will feature a selection of 30 studio apartments, priced from $489,000; 78 one bedroom apartments from $637,000; and 102 two bedroom apartments from $755,000.

The units will feature large open spaces, state of the art kitchens, luxurious bathrooms and balconies, with expansive views of the local district and Sydney’s CBD.

Each unit has been designed to maximise natural light and space, with the bedrooms, living and dining rooms all seamlessly connected.

  • Pre-sales open at 11am this Saturday at 57 Church Street, Parramatta.
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