26 Elizabeth Street Liverpool
- Project ID000347
- Price $430,000 to $870,000
- StatusFor Sale
The New Epicentre - Welcome to The Liverpool
The Liverpool - Live This Liverpool
Taking pride of place in the absolute centre of Liverpool — and south-west Sydney — The Liverpool is a spectacular new development that’s setting a benchmark for integrated living. Brought to you by an award-winning design and construction team, this 34-level tower brings together a unique blend of residential, commercial and lifestyle spaces, including 193 stunning apartments.
When it comes to location, it truly doesn’t get any more central than this. Just a few minutes’ walk from Westfield, Western Sydney University, Liverpool Hospital and major transport hubs, The Liverpool puts you within arm’s reach of everything Liverpool has to offer. Not only that, it positions you right at the heart of the booming Western Parkland City (WPC) — which is fast becoming Sydney’s new ‘city within a city’.
Architectural Vision - Live This Desion
Designed by acclaimed architects Rothelowman, The Liverpool has been carefully considered on absolutely every level. A genuinely mixed-use building, it combines high quality 1, 2 and 3-bedroom homes with boutique serviced apartments, commercial suites, and a buzzing food and beverage precinct on street level. The goal: to inject fresh energy into Liverpool’s CBD at all hours of day and night, and to give residents the chance to enjoy true flexibility and convenience. The building itself is a soaring tower, with an aesthetic that’s both striking and classic. From its crisp, strong exterior to the fine finishes throughout, the resounding theme of The Liverpool is quality. “All good architecture is ‘of its place’ so we wanted to create something iconic that was made for its setting — a building you’d only put in Liverpool,” says architect Ben Pomroy from Rothelowman. “The environment in Liverpool is different to other parts of the city; it has a different temperature. So, climate was fundamental to our vision.
he concrete exoskeleton means The Liverpool is essentially a self-shading building where people can be comfortable inside and out. All the building’s various uses are stacked on top of each other, stitched together by a vibrant ground floor retail, food and beverage precinct. It really is designed to be a city within a city — somewhere you never need to leave.” Construction will be expertly managed by Binah, who have built an exceptional reputation in Liverpool over the past two decades. Responsible for buildings such as Liverpool Central and Western Sydney University’s Liverpool campus, Binah is known for the incredibly high standards they maintain, and their commitment to the local community. “We are long-standing locals, and we’re passionate about playing a part in rejuvenating and reactivating the CBD,” say Amen Zoabi and Khalil Hafza, from FYVE and Binah. “There will be no compromise in how we deliver The Liverpool… this is the kind of building Liverpool deserves.”
Interior Schedule of Finishes
- Ducted air-conditioning to living spaces and main bedroom
- The kitchen features quality Fisher & Paykel stainless steel appliances, 20mm stone benchtop and ample cupboard space.
- Expansive living that integrates seamlessly into the balcony
- Secure parking and storage
Why To Invest This Area - Liverpool Tomorrow
The gateway city to Western Sydney International Airport and home to the Liverpool Innovation Precinct, Liverpool is fast emerging as Sydney’s third CBD. In 2018, Liverpool City Council undertook a historic rezoning of 25 hectares in the heart of the city with a vision of fostering a modern, vibrant, 18-hour economy, with the goal of making Liverpool an even greater place to live, work, invest, study and visit. A host of capital works are already underway to make this a reality, backed by millions of dollars of Council investment. In late 2020, the ink also dried on an exciting planning proposal for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis: a new economic centre surrounding the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
Set across 11,200 hectares, the Aerotropolis will become a thriving hub for industry and innovation, and is expected to generate around 200,000 new jobs in the Liverpool region. Designed to activate a broad range of high-skills opportunities, the Aerotropolis will attract a host of progressive industries — from advanced manufacturing and quantum computing, to artificial intelligence, agribusiness and defence. For Liverpool, this is great news indeed. As well as creating thousands of new jobs, the Aerotropolis is a clear indication of how significant the Western Parkland City (WPC) will be as Sydney’s next powerhouse. With the Government having already invested $20 billion in WPC, and global business flocking to the region, the momentum is only growing stronger — and the future has never been brighter.
- Air conditioning
- Built in Wardrobes
- Internal Laundry
- Cable or Satellite
- Broadband internet access
- Walk in wardrobe
- Lift Access
- Secure Parking
- Ground floor retail/offices
- North Facing
- City Views
Project Construction Update
- Construction Update
- Common Area
- Internal Fitout Status
- Valuation stage
- Occupation certificate
- Settlement Date
Estimated settlement date: 01/05/2024