Ed Square, next to Edmondson Park station, already has more than double the number of expressions of interests than dwellings.
More than 4000 expressions of interest have been received from people eager to secure a home at Ed Square, the new community designed as a well-connected, edgy, urban neighbourhood that’s set to be a game-changer for south-west Sydney, according to the developers.
Residents of the new Frasers Property Australia community will have access to a diverse mix of amenities and a train station in walking distance of their homes.
At Ed Square the backyard has evolved into a preference for better public spaces that connect people.
Pricing and floorplans for the wide variety of home styles at Ed Square will be available in April, when detailed briefing sessions will be held for everyone who has expressed interest in the community.
The housing mix is expected to comprise apartments, terraces and townhomes, with prices starting at $450,000.
Ed Square will comprise over six hectares of open space and a wide variety of housing styles and floorplans across 992 apartments and 890 terrace and townhouses. The first residents are expected to move into their homes late next year.
A 68-metre high residential tower atop the town centre is designed to be an architectural landmark, the epicentre from which the village will expand into the streets and laneways that flow into parks and bushland.
Simone Dyer, Frasers’ residential design director, said Ed.Square progressed the great Australian dream by delivering architecturally designed housing options in a vibrant, connected and innovative community, where the range of amenities and public spaces act as an extension of the homes.
“The mix of residences at Ed.Square is spatially configured to interface effortlessly with the community’s lanes, open spaces and neighbouring dwellings,” Ms Dyer said.
“The thoughtfully designed homes and external amenity will create a contemporary urban village which integrates seamlessly with entertainment options, a dining precinct, retail shops and a school, all within 400 metres.
“It doesn’t matter whether you purchase a larger home or an apartment at Ed Square, the design quality of the internal layout, fixtures and finishes is consistent across the home styles.”.
The Ed Square design, the result of a partnership between architectural firms HDR, GroupGSA and Hassell, will have an inner-city aesthetic with an urban village feel in a leafy neighbourhood, all while delivering choice and value for money, said the developers
One of the major benefits of this blend is convenience, said Nigel Edgar, Frasers’ residential general manager.
“Residents at Ed Square will have everything they need to live, shop, eat and play in the one place and within walking distance of their home. Connectivity and walkability are key aspects of our vision,” he said.
“People can meet their neighbours at the community swimming pool, tennis courts or shopping and dining precinct, which will include a fresh-food market place, cinema, 24-hour gym, tavern and healthcare facilities.
“We’ve listened to the needs of the community and the desire for a wide variety of housing which provides options for everyone – singles, couples, young families and multi-generational households.
“At Ed Square families can maintain close connections throughout the various stages of their lives.”
The connectivity extends to easy access to public transport. There are bus and train links to Parramatta and Sydney CBDs and access to Sydney’s main roads. Liverpool is just three train stops away from Edmondson Park station and Sydney’s future second airport at Badgerys Creek will be close.
- More details or register your interest in Ed Square: Frasers Property, 133 838 or edsquare.com.au.
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