34-storey Liverpool skyscraper to transform Sydney’s South-West
Authorities have given the green light for Liverpool’s largest building, a 34-storey skyscraper set to transform Sydney’s southwest.
Known as The Liverpool, the skyscraper will be in a central location at 26 Elizabeth St, minutes away from Westfield Liverpool, Liverpool Hospital, Western Sydney University, Liverpool TAFE, and Liverpool Railway Station.
Liverpool is Sydney’s third largest CBD after the city and North Sydney.
The project will include 193 apartments, a 93-room hotel, 6,500 sqm of commercial space, and a range of ground-floor retail tenancies.
It will likely begin construction in the next few months, with the current expected completion date being August 2024.
Fyve founder and managing director Amen Zoabi said the project will establish a new benchmark for mixed-use residential projects in the southwest Sydney region.
“We’re incredibly proud to bring this project to market, and we’re very much looking forward to delivering The Liverpool as an unparalleled example of design and lifestyle excellence in southwest Sydney,” Mr Zoabi said.
“The Liverpool by Fyve is unlike other developments, due to its mix of high-quality residential, boutique hotel accommodation, premium commercial and unique food and beverage-oriented retail space – with this kind of product mix unheard of in this area.”
Mr Zoabi pointed to the development of the new Western Sydney Aerotropolis as proof that the city of Liverpool would be future-proof – as the airport would generate ‘tens of thousands of jobs in the region.’
A wide range of buyers are expected to indicate their interest in the Liverpool property – including owner-occupiers, investors, local healthcare and education workers, local families, and first home buyers.
“For homebuyers at The Liverpool by Fyve, this means their purchases will be underpinned by sound economic fundamentals that will make their apartments a successful long-term investment,” Mr Zoabi said.
“We know our purchasers will appreciate the amenity and quality on offer, and we can’t wait to create this vibrant new community for them.”
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