Transforming Places The Waterfront

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Sydney's resort peninsula

A shining example of PAYCE’s ability to transform places is the award-winning Homebush Bay development The Waterfront, now known as the suburb of Wentworth Point.

Few developers thought the site on Homebush Bay was worth developing, however PAYCE saw the potential and knew that they would be able to make it a viable success if they provided the right amenities, social programs and standards of design. The former industrial waterfront land, adjacent to Sydney’s Olympic Park, was transformed between 2000 and 2010 to become a vibrant residential community.

Today, The Waterfront encompasses 18 buildings with 1,567 apartments and more than 5,000 residents. The apartments are energy-smart, eco-smart and technology-smart. The busy Piazza forms the hub of community life.

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