About Us Transforming Places

Australia's leader in urban transformation

Founded in 1978, PAYCE have successfully undertaken some of Australia’s largest and most ambitious urban transformations.

Through masterplanned endeavours such as The Waterfront at Homebush Bay and Washington Park at Riverwood, PAYCE have proven that they can successfully create communities which completely redefine the social fabric of their environments. PAYCE achieves this by paying close attention to what it is that makes places harmonious and liveable. Not only does PAYCE incorporate a range of desirable amenities such as retail and dining precincts, they also initiate a programme of community-run events and initiatives to give residents a real sense of inclusion.

Take a closer look at how PAYCE transforms places at Washington Park and The Waterfront

Latest News

Library and community hub opens at Washington Park

12 December 2018 – Local residents joined special guests to celebrate the official opening of the new Riverwood Library and Community Hub at Washington Park. The new library and community hub are located in one of […]

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Lights bring Christmas joy

5 December 2018 – PAYCE is once again honoured to be part of the magical and much-loved annual light and sound projection event, The Lights of Christmas presented by Paynter Dixon held in St Mary’s Cathedral […]

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Award nominations for PAYCE projects

3 December , 2018 – Two PAYCE projects – Harts Landing at Penrith and Jewel/Pierside at Wentworth Point – have been named finalists in the 2019 Property Council of Australia‘s National Innovation & Excellence Awards. The […]

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Melrose Park School funding boost

1 December 2018 – PAYCE is assisting Melrose Park Public School deliver a number of much-needed projects under an Infrastructure Support Program partnership, following meetings with the School’s Relieving Principal, Jen Riley. PAYCE has been a […]

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Melrose Park wins smart city funding

28 November 2018 – A smart city project will be undertaken at the PAYCE urban renewal project in Melrose Park, after a consortium led by the City of Parramatta secured a $571,000 federal government grant. […]

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