Sydney Metro has awarded a contract for development works on the Norwest Metro Station site.
Mulpha has won the contract which will see the delivery of up to 52,000 sqm of new commercial office space, short-term accommodation, and retail opportunities.
This will include the development of three multi-level tower forms stretching from 13 to 21 storeys above two mixed-use podiums. The new buildings will benefit from access to the Norwest Metro Station, which will be located adjacent to the site.
The Norwest Metro Station will form part of the Sydney Metro, the largest public transport project in Australia. This will include the construction of 31 new stations and a 66-kilometre metro line by 2024.
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Sydney Metro, together with signalling and infrastructure upgrades across the existing Sydney rail network, will increase the capacity of train services entering the Sydney CBD – from about 120 an hour today to up to 200 services.
When Sydney Metro is extended into the central business district in 2024, metro rail will run from Sydney’s booming North West region under Sydney Harbour, through new underground stations in the CBD.
Sydney Metro and Landcom – the NSW Government’s land and property development organisation – will work closely with Mulpha to ensure the site development meets all planning requirements.