A natural response to the drive and growth of Parramatta City, Parramatta Square will transform the city centre and create a precinct alive with inspiring architecture, commerce, culture, open public spaces and seamless integration with transport and retail. The design inspires the easy flow of people through and around the development, opening up a world of dining and retail opportunities that feel completely integrated.
The 6,000 sqm of open public space is framed by the rich heritage of the sandstone of St John’s Cathedral and the original Parramatta Town Hall. The new developments on the square, which include the Walker developed commercial towers and Council's new state of the art library and civic building, combine with this history to create an authentic sense of place and connection, creating a liveable and inspiring public realm in the cultural heart of Parramatta City.
An unparalleled benchmark for corporate quality in Parramatta
The momentum of Parramatta as a corporate hub is set to accelerate with the delivery of this truly inspiring workplace, reflecting the latest global thinking in design, productivity and amenity.
With the Parramatta Square precinct offering 290,000 Sqm of NLA, the towers of Parramatta Square follow the urban integration model, placed directly over the major transport, shopping and public spaces of the city these towers are an impressive new addition to the city skyline while, at ground level, add significant texture to the fabric of Parramatta as a precinct.
6&8 Parramatta Square. An Iconic Tower, Paying Homage to the Rich Parramatta History
Designed by multiple award-winning architects JPW, 6&8 Parramatta Square is a new model for commercial development, balancing civic responsibilities and corporate leadership with commercial value.
Set to become Australia’s largest office tower by delivering over 124,000 sqm of office space, 6&8 Parramatta Square will provide the final piece in what is arguably the most important part of this city-making project.
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