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NSW North West Growth Centre (NWGC) Road Network Strategy

Discussion in 'Where to Buy' started by wombat777, 25th Nov, 2015.

  1. wombat777

    wombat777 Well-Known Member Premium Member

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  2. RiMo

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    There seems to be a HUGE project from URBIS to build a multipurpose, multistorey construction work for residential, retail and commercial purposes in the corner of Grange Avenue & Richmond Rd. This project is worth $338M. That's a third of a billion dollars!!! [​IMG]

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    This one easily dwarfs the combined worth of IKEA, Bunnings, and Costco projects across the road. Would this type of works translate to strong medium & long-term growth for properties in Marsden Park/Schofields/Colebee area? And what about surrounding areas such as Dean Park, Glendenning, or even Hassall Grove. What do you guys think?
     
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    http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/en/P...~/media/6D8408CF7FB1487FB32630A53DFADA76.ashx

    Read page 60. 5000 jobs by 2031. Long way away.
     
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    RiMo Well-Known Member

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    I did say "long-term growth." Never been one to make a quick buck.
     
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    Considering Marsden Park is the more affordable option of all new homes in the NW, then you'd think it'll do well long term.
     
  6. Antos

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    My father in-law just went to see a client on Friday who sold his 25 acre Box Hill property to a prominent home building company. Some serious cash exchanging hands.