Scentre Group’s bid to increase the height of a proposed office tower at Westfield Parramatta to 47 storeys has been approved by the NSW government.
Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes approved the $670-million project and 22-storey addition to the building, which he said would boost construction jobs in Sydney’s second CBD and add a further 105,000sq m of commercial space.
Plans were approved by the NSW Planning Department in November 2020.
Scentre Group will commence a design competition for the tower, and detailed public domain street designs would be finalised after a development application was submitted.
Further Info: The Urban Developer 6/9/21
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