Esplanade Norwest combines the best of life, work and play in a one-of-a-kind waterfront location. Over 90 per cent of the project’s apartments have already been sold, and with construction due for completion mid next year, buyers don’t have long to wait before they can move in.
Comprising a collection of luxurious 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom sky residences, many of Esplanade’s homes have sold to local downsizers but the wide range of apartment floorplans caters to a variety of lifestyles.
Designed by the award-winning architectural studio Turner, Esplanade is made up of a vibrant urban base, with dedicated spaces for retail and dining outlets, a lush podium leisure zone, and slender sky towers.
From above, residents witness far-reaching views stretching over Norwest Lake to the famous Sydney skyline, and out across the district to the Blue Mountains.
Each home has been perfectly crafted to achieve optimum ventilation and access to light — and those living here can live a seamless outdoor/indoor lifestyle thanks to the inclusion of expansive balconies.
Residing on the project’s podium, an array of resort-style amenities are sure to keep residents relaxed and rejuvenated. Named Esplanade Club, the central club room perfectly blends the casual with the glamorous.
Residents can open up the expansive glazed doors and enjoy cocktails in the lounge in summer, or close the space for dinner parties in the cooler months. Take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool or enjoy working out in the gymnasium, either way, it’s easy to keep healthy and active at Esplanade.
From an incredible garden cinema set amidst green lawns and dining pavilions to sunset cabanas and scenic chill-out spaces, Esplanade Club’s amenities are the ideal retreat. Sydney’s sub-tropical weather and endless sunshine serve as inspiration for these truly uplifting podium landscapes.
Social researcher Mark McCrindle says, as humans, we’re increasingly drawn to this kind of resort-style living thanks to a shift in thinking of quality instead of quantity.
“Where once the Hills District was about large detached homes, separated from neighbours by fences and sprawling yards, now people are actively seeking social interactivity and the sense of community that comes from apartment living,” he says.
Esplanade has its own laneway ‘eat street’ where enticing restaurants enrich the vibrant pedestrian experiences at ground level. Esplanade Lane will be alive with tastes and flavours as authentic eateries cluster below a triple-height cascade of climbing greenery.
The project also has its own business hub at its base. From international corporations to agile start-ups, the area will pulse with an entrepreneurial spirit and attitude of success. This new creative working space further enhances Esplanade’s ability to balance life, work and play.
Thanks to its prized waterfront location, Esplanade places residents in the middle of the busy and activated suburb of Norwest. David Inkster from PRDnationwide Norwest points out that the suburb’s scope of modern amenities makes it more than an ideal place to live.
“For most people, time is short and the need for convenience is high,” Inkster says. “What that convenience looks like is different depending on your situation, but new environments like Esplanade Norwest, and its promise of a hotel lifestyle in the Hills, are ticking boxes for a whole range of different people.”
Residents can stroll to the nearby Norwest Marketown for daily necessities or head to nearby (and newly created) Rouse Hill Town Centre or Castle Towers which has a range of essential services.
Norwest’s new generation, high-frequency Metro trains mean Esplanade’s residents will be incredibly well connected to the city and other surrounding suburbs. Sydney Metro Northwest is the first fully-automated Metro rail system in the country and is delivering eight new railway stations to Sydney’s growing North West region.
One of the stations is just a two-minute walk away from Esplanade’s doorstep and trains leave every four minutes during peak hour. In addition, over 40 kilometres of cycleways link Norwest to Western Sydney Parklands.