building highlights a new level of design and sophistication and is ideally located within walking distance from Parramatta station and Westfield Shopping Centre. The development itself provides residents with a suite of communal facilities including a rejuvenating rooftop pool, landscaped gardens, BBQ areas and a grand lobby.
Hand-selected finishes showcase quality inside and out, with each apartment designed to maximise light and space. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the stunning city and district outlooks, capturing natural light to open-up your living spaces.
Updated finishes include quality Fisher & Paykel appliances and marble benchtops with sophisticated gold Grohe tapware that will stand the test of time for performance and style.
For those who enjoy the city lifestyle and to be surrounded by lush greenery and open spaces, Paramount on Parkes is the perfect option. Enjoy the best of both worlds, from the bustling town centre to the idyllic scenery from your quiet rooftop haven.
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Demographics in Parramatta:
Parramatta has been designated as Sydney’s second CBD, with an array of commercial buildings being home to large multinational companies. There is a high population of independent youth and working professionals who like to live close to where they work and enjoy the busy atmosphere and lifestyle Parramatta offers.
Parramatta is predominantly made up of independent youth, 12% being tertiary students and 76% white-collar workers. Approximately 46% of the population is made up of residents aged 25 to 39 years old.
Population in Parramatta
The Parramatta Study Area had over 37,000 residents in 2019 and had seen a growth of 3.4% per annum in the last five years. Prior to COVID-19, the NSW Government forecasts the population to grow by 28,000 over the next 20 years to 2039, increasing by 75% overall and 2.8% per annum. Forecast growth is well above the forecast growth for Greater Sydney, which is expected to grow by 1.7% per annum in the next 20 years.
Parramatta – The Location
As the geographical centre of greater Sydney, Parramatta is a hub of connectivity. Express trains can get residents to the Sydney CBD in 30 minutes. For those who prefer to drive, upgrades to the M4 give direct access to the city or further west to Penrith and the Blue Mountains. The planned Metro West line will make it even easier to connect with Sydney CBD, Homebush and Westmead.
Education in Parramatta
There is an extensive network of public and private schools in the area, including Parramatta East and West Public School, Parramatta High School, Arthur Phillip High School, Macarthur Girls High School and Parramatta Marist High School, to name a few. New schools are also being opened regularly to meet the demand from new families living in the area. Tertiary education options are accessible to residents with Western Sydney University and the University of Sydney (both ranked in the top 2% of universities in the world) having campuses in the area.
Employment Opportunities in Parramatta
The NSW Government forecasts that around 44,100 new jobs will be created in and around the Parramatta CBD over the next 20 years, which will generate extensive employment opportunities for the growing population.
Lifestyle in Parramatta
Residents of Parramatta have access to extensive open space and outdoor recreation facilities that support an active outdoor lifestyle. This includes Westfield Parramatta, Paramatta Leagues Club, Parramatta River, Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta Park and much more.
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