PAYCE is an Australian-owned property company which has a proven track record of developing high quality projects across Sydney since 1978.
During this time, PAYCE has forged a reputation for not only building exceptional places to live, but creating new connected, vibrant communities.
PAYCE partners with industry leading professionals in the fields of architecture, engineering, landscape design, construction, technology, transport planning and interior design to develop landmark projects like the internationally-acclaimed East Village at Zetland.
Following the success of the company’s transformation of Wentworth Point, PAYCE has also showcased its urban-renewal credentials at Riverwood, in Sydney’s south-west, partnering with the NSW Government to turn a run-down social housing block into a vibrant new community where social housing and private residents live side by side. The project is an internationally recognised, public private partnership delivering significant social outcomes.
Currently, PAYCE is working on another major urban renewal project at Melrose Park in the heart of Sydney. This project, a joint venture with long-term partner Sekisui House Australia, will meet the 30-minute concept, with plans for new parks, retail facilities, including restaurants and cafes and transport infrastructure connections.
PAYCE and its partners are dedicated to building places which enrich people’s lives long after a solidly built project is completed. This includes investing in new community initiatives and supporting existing sporting, education and cultural groups. The company is committed to social, environmental and economic development.
The company is also strongly committed to helping those in need. Through its Philanthropic-arm, the PAYCE Foundation, PAYCE supports thousands of vulnerable and disadvantaged Australians every year.
PAYCE is a recognised leader in the development of major urban renewal projects in Sydney.
We are experts in designing and creating new integrated and sustainable precincts which deliver the best in liveability and connectivity.
A key element in our major projects is a high quality retail offering.
PAYCE’s first major urban renewal project was undertaken at Homebush Bay West, now known as Wentworth Point. Once an industrial site, it is now a thriving community with modern apartments, a mix of retail outlets including restaurants and cafes and access to some of the best recreation facilities in Sydney.
At Zetland, PAYCE transformed an industrial site into the mixed use precinct, East Village, an award winning project combining retail, residential and commercial use.
More recently, PAYCE with its partners, turned the old brickworks site at Kirrawee into South Village, which includes a major retail complex.
Currently, PAYCE is creating one of Sydney’s largest urban renewal projects at Melrose Park in the heart of Sydney. PAYCE has a proven record of delivering exciting new urban renewal projects.
AWARD WINNING QUALITY
PAYCE has built strong relationships in the building industry over decades. These relationships are the key to delivering high quality homes for purchasers, as well as for the local community in which we work.
To meet the highest quality standards, we engage only the best in the professional fields of architecture, engineering, planning, building, project management, retail, landscaping and interior design.
The construction of our projects is professionally peer-reviewed by independent, highly qualified experts, including the important discipline of structural engineering.
This gold standard is our signature and our guarantee that when you buy a PAYCE property you are also buying piece of mind. But we understand words are not enough. Below is a list of awards which recognises the work of our staff and our partners.
PAYCE has a commitment to not only develop high quality projects, but also to build stronger communities.
Our projects also have a strong focus on building dynamic and sustainable communities. This includes open space, new transport links, bike and walking paths.
We also go a step further to deliver sustainable, connected living.
That means energy and technology solutions which not only make life easier and more enjoyable for residents, but delivers superior environmental outcomes.
Stronger communities mean happier and more connected communities. PAYCE works with a diverse group of community partners and organisations which support a healthy and inclusive lifestyle.
PAYCE has a long history of philanthropy, which was formalised in 2016 with the establishment of the PAYCE Foundation. The Foundation believes that disadvantage or misfortune should not prevent a person from reaching their potential and living a good quality of life.
The Foundation focuses its work on some of the most pressing social problems facing society, including drug and alcohol addiction, mental health, domestic violence and homelessness.
It uses an innovative approach of direct partnership with select charities which are leaders in their field, including the hospitality training program, the Kick Start Café, the Sydney Street Choir, Women’s Community Shelters and alcohol and drug rehabilitation program Adele House.