St Hilliers, First Point Property File $450m Penrith Plans

Joint venture developers, St Hilliers and First Point Property have lodged plans for 553 apartments and a 6,000 square metre retail and commercial precinct with Penrith City Council for the final stages of Thornton Central – a transit orientated residential and commercial precinct in North Penrith in Sydney’s west.

St Hilliers and First Point Property propose to develop the $450 million dollar project, positioned directly adjacent to Penrith train station over two stages. The proposal outlines the plans for the final residential apartment living and would deliver the key commercial and retail amenity within Thornton, the transformative master-planned community by NSW Government property development organisation, Landcom.

The mixed-use development will have four residential towers, a vibrant retail and commercial precinct, and a public domain featuring a Connection to Country lead design and landscaping.

The proposed first stage includes an urban plaza, a neighbourhood shopping village with specialty stores, a 1600 square metre supermarket, a childcare centre, a medical facility, cafes and alfresco dining; a 27 storey and a 9 storey residential building; curated spaces and a public domain through-site which links local residents to the train station.

The proposed second stage includes a 9 storey and a 26 storey residential building.

Justyn Ng, St Hillers’ Development Director said the Development Application lodged for the finals stages of Thornton comes following the joint ventures completion of 540 apartments over the past 6 years as well as a Hotel.

“St Hilliers and First Point Property have saved the best for last in our proposal for the final stages of Thornton,” Deborah Landes, Co-Managing Director of First Point Property said. ”We know Thornton residents have been awaiting to see what is included and we believe our plans will not disappoint”.

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