Soaring above all around, One Twenty Macquarie is the grandest tower ever built in this growing urban living hub, offering 23 levels of sky-high luxury living in the cosmopolitan heart of Macquarie Park.
From its elevated vantage point, the residences capture superb views taking in the Sydney CBD skyline, Chatswood, the leafy North Shore district and national parks.
These wonderful vistas create a sensational backdrop to the diverse range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom residences within.
Few places in Sydney provide such a rich concentration of diverse and convenient lifestyle options. From majestic parklands to the bustling urban landscape pulsing below the tower, life in Macquarie Park offers the gold standard for Sydney living.
It’s this rare blend of high impact destination retail and dining surrounded by expansive natural splendour that makes Macquarie Park such a magnetic and one-of-a-kind address.
Nearby, Macquarie University offers students and researchers some of the most advanced technology and facilities in Australia.
The campus is also home to the state-of-the-art Macquarie University Hospital offering world-class treatment and research, attracting the finest medical minds in the country.
Liberated from its neighbours, the tower is shaped and positioned to maximize outlook on all sides. Oversized balconies form a seamless extension of the living areas making the generous interiors feel even larger. Many apartments also include versatile study areas offering inspiring work or study spaces high above the precinct bustle.
Movement and the play of light against natural and manmade materials form the inspiration for Turner’s beautifully conceived interior schemes. From room to room, a sophisticated contemporary mood underpins the design throughout.
Passion, integrity, respect, commitment and leadership underpin the operations and culture of TOGA and its exceptional track record as a fully integrated property group. Examples of TOGA’s renowned developments include Jones Bay Wharf – neighbouring Sydney Harbour Bridge; Central Square and Macquarie Central at Macquarie Park; the Adelaide Treasury building that won the UNESCO award in 2004; The Manor and The Hampton at Potts Point and, more recently, Boheme at Bondi, The Chatswood, Harbourfront Balmain and Macquarie Green - the latest edition to Macquarie Park and North Ryde precinct.
The award-winning firm believes it is important that the buildings and environments they create have lasting qualities that will remain relevant over time. Turner designs holistic environments from the urban scale to the tactility and immediacy of the interior architecture. They uncover and develop the design story specific to each project, integrating this from the large-scale down to the smallest interior detail.
The practice focuses on creating meaningful places that improve the environment and make a difference to the quality of community life. Turf understands the complexities of large-scale projects and knows what it takes to integrate often-competing objectives into a coherent, meaningful and achievable vision.