Cbus Property’s major residential mixed-use development, The Langston, in the Sydney suburb Epping, will feature three towers of 19, 24 and 29 storeys, and will include a ground floor retail/mixed-use precinct comprising 1,681 square metres of retail space, as well as open public space and shareways connecting Epping Train Station with the new town centre.
Ground works are set to commence on the site of the former Westpac Credit Card Services building in Langston Place from January 2019.
Adrian Pozzo, Chief Executive Officer at Cbus Property, said The Langston will significantly contribute to the revitalisation of the Epping Town Centre and as such, choosing the right contractor was critical for Cbus Property. Hutchinson Builders was recently appointed as leading contractor for the project.
“Hutchinson’s excellent track record, having delivered over 7,000 projects around Australia since 1912 with a combined value of over $32 billion, ultimately stood out,” he commented, “this is our first project with Hutchies and we are looking forward to working closely with them.”
Greg Quinn, Managing Director of Hutchinson Builders said he is excited to commence work on the first project with Cbus Property, especially considering the significance The Langston will have in redefining the Epping Town Centre.
“The Langston is a landmark project for Cbus Property, who have a well-earned reputation for quality residential projects up and down Australia’s east coast,” said Mr Quinn.
Designed by award-winning architectural firm Architectus, with landscaping by leading landscape architects at Arcadia, The Langston will be situated on the highest land point in the suburb, enabling stunning panoramic views to the Sydney CBD and Harbour Bridge to the south-east, and Blue Mountains views to the west.
Pedestrian links will feature throughout the site, connecting The Langston with Pembroke Park to the east, Council’s public library and other recreational facilities, which will revitalise the eastern side of the train station.
More information on the project can be found here.