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Ellipse secure green light for $850 million Castle Hill masterplan, Carrington Place

Ellipse Property Group has received approval from the Hills Shire Council to develop its $850 million masterplanned community, Carrington Place, in Castle Hill.


The huge 3.2 hectare project, which will be the largest residential project in Castle Hill when it hits the market later this year, will bring five buildings with 771 apartments to the burgeoning Hills District.


The first stage to be released to the market will be Atrium, the gateway building to the new urban village. There will be 151 apartments on offer across the eight-level building which will feature a rooftop with recreational spaces which will have views of the surrounding landscape.

Tony Own Partners, in collaboration with Stanisic Architects, have designed the buildings to blend with the surrounding natural landscapes while complementing the curve of the tranquil Cattai Creek which runs along the western border of the development.


There will be around 20,000 sqm of outdoor recreational space across the whole site, made up of recreational space, and gardens conceived by landscape architect Site Image Landscape Architects.


A key feature of the project will be a one-kilometre boardwalk running the length of the Cattai Creek connecting to Fred Caterson Reserve, a 58-hectare local reserve featuring picnic tables, children’s playgrounds, along with multiple sports facilities.


Ellipse Property, who bought the site in 2016, has committed to dedicate over 6500 sqm of the Cattai Creek back to the community in this masterplan.


Ellipse Property has also worked closely with the local council on the revegetation management and landscaping of the Cattai Creek Masterplan spanning the Carrington Place site known locally as ‘The Green Belt’. The area is home to an array of wildlife, flora and fauna, in particular The Powerful Owl, the largest owl on the Australian continent.


Carrington Place Project Director Joseph Chiha emphasized that Carrington Place is envisioned as a multi-staged urban village with a strong connection to nature, prioritizing lifestyle, sustainability, and community.


"The project seamlessly blends with the surrounding nature and aims to become one of Sydney's most sustainable urban communities, Chiha said.


Ellipse Property Founder Sam El Rihani said Carrington Place represents a significant milestone for the company, as evidenced by the anticipation surrounding its highly anticipated launch.

"At Ellipse Property, we believe in creating more than just buildings; we strive to develop thriving communities," El Rihani said.


"With Carrington Place, our goal is to foster a sense of belonging and connection among residents. We envision a place where neighbours become friends, where families create lasting memories, and where the community flourishes together."


Each tower within the development will achieve a minimum average 6-star NATHERS rating.

Located directly opposite The Hills Showground Metro Station, Carrington Place will provide future residents with connectivity to Sydney’s CBD, Chatswood, North Sydney, Macquarie Park and Norwest Business Park.


Construction is planned to commence in Q3 2023 with Stage 1 Atrium due for completion in Q3 2025. The entire five-stage precinct is due for completion in 2032.


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