Green Square is set to become Sydney’s greenest, smartest and most connected new city centre, with a number of clever initiatives that will transform the way people live and interact in urban environments. As development is well underway, it’s time to look at one of the most exciting aspects of Sydney’s up-and-coming luxury suburb;
The Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre is the largest pool complex built in Sydney since the city hosted the Olympics in 2000, but it will be so much more than simply a swimming pool when it’s completed in late 2020. The design features a stunning irregularly shaped pool inspired by Sydney’s iconic beach pools, which merges elegantly with a 50m heated outdoor pool for lap swimming. These open-air pools will sit alongside a brand new 4,950sqm multipurpose sports field, as well as playground and picnic facilities. Inside, the centre will include an indoor leisure pool, heated hydrotherapy pool, health and fitness centre and a covered outdoor yoga deck which promises a spectacular view over the outdoor areas. Bangala, a new public artwork by Aunty Julie Freeman and Jonathan Jones will unite the concept and honour the site’s Indigenous history, while large solar panels on the complex’s roof will connect to the City’s local Green Infrastructure Centre in Joynton Avenue and feed extra power to the community. The Aquatic and Recreation Centre design, by Andrew Burges Architects in association with Grimshaw Architects and TCL, will offer state-of-the-art amenities for this connected new suburb. And with completion nearing, now is the time to take advantage of property opportunities in the area.
Exploring Opportunities in Green Square
The new neighbourhood of Green Square, once home to thriving industrial businesses, will soon be home to innovative community spaces, world-class green initiatives and high-density housing opportunities that will truly redefine city living. Crown Group has a limited number of luxury apartments for sale in Sydney’s newest town centre, designed by award-winning architect Koichi Takada. These studio, one, two and three-bedroom Crown Group apartments each feature floor to ceiling windows for natural light and air flow, energy efficient lighting and climate control, exquisite interior styling and access to a residents’ private music room, sky lounge, infinity pool and landscaped rooftop gardens. Now is the ideal time to inspect investment opportunities in Green Square before construction is completed in the town centre, and demand increases for Sydney’s hot new living, dining and residential location.
To explore Green Square apartments for sale, visit Infinity by Crown Group today.