Parramatta Square’s $3.2 billion development in the heart of Parramatta is one step closer to completion with the opening of 4 Parramatta Square, the first of four towers being built on the site.
Parramatta Square will eventually accommodate 35,000 workers by 2022, which will continue to position the 3.5 hectare precinct as an attractive entertainment, dining and workspace destination in what will become Sydney’s second CBD.
4 Parramatta Square provides premium grade office space combined with dining and vibrant open spaces.
By next month about 5,000 NSW Government workers will have relocated to 4 Parramatta Square and last week the Parramatta Square underground pedestrian mall under Parramatta Railway Station opened, serving up to 40,000 people a day.
The next step in the establishment of Parramatta Square is the soon-to-be-opened dining and culinary destination, to provide an 18 hour a day, seven day a week food and beverage offering.
Walker Executive Chairman Lang Walker said Parramatta Square was combining premium grade office space with a world-class public domain.
“I am proud of Parramatta Square as an example of our commitment to collaboratively deliver activated and vibrant public spaces, not just for the communities of today, but those of future generations,” he said.
“The activation of the outdoor dining hub within Parramatta Square will play a big part in creating a destination in which Western Sydney people can work, dine and relax, seven days a week.
“Some of Sydney’s best hospitality names will bring this precinct alive, rivalling Sydney’s CBD with its vibrancy, amenity and high quality commercial space.”
Parramatta Square’s north-facing open spaces and outdoor dining venues have attracted some of the most sought after restaurants and restaurateurs in Sydney, providing an exciting and energising environment.
The team behind Sydney’s District Brasserie will open Ruse Bar & Brasserie, making it one of the first venues to open in the new public domain for people to meet, relax and dine at all hours during the week and weekends.
Some of the other dining offerings to open their doors in Parramatta Square’s new public space in the coming weeks will include Betty’s Burgers, Harvey’s Hot Sandwiches, Fishbowl and Threefold Pastry.
Parramatta will be one of the best connected workplaces in Sydney with the Parramatta Square train link and the future construction of the Parramatta Light Rail and the Western Sydney Metro within 100 metres, cutting travel times for workers and their families.
Parramatta Square underground pedestrian train link is open, connecting up to 40,000 people a day.
4 Parramatta Square provides premium grade office space combined with dining and vibrant open spaces