One of Sydney’s newest north-west suburbs is set to become the country’s most technologically advanced and socially integrated, with an innovative and ambitious community masterplan commencing this month.
Marsden Park is part of the State Government’s North West Land Release Area, and was rezoned under the Government’s Precinct Acceleration Protocol to allow for the development of this new suburb that would comprise new homes and local amenities close to transport.
Marsden Central has been touted as a forward-thinking development at Marsden Park – masterplanned community that marries high-end, cutting-edge technology with contemporary design, open green spaces and sporting and recreational facilities.
Each home will have an internet speed capability that is up to 100 times faster than the highest plan currently offered by the NBN.
Each apartment will also be able to benefit from smart home automation, enabling occupants to control lighting, climate, free-to-air and pay TV, video intercom, security systems, home access and internet – as well as booking recreational areas such as basketball courts and the cinema room – all from a wall keypad and a smartphone app.
In addition to the technology, Marsden Central will have ample green spaces and picnic areas in the midst of Marsden Park’s sporting and recreation fields, as well as a community facilities hub that will include a café, a 50-metre lap pool, a spa, a library, gym and four basketball and multi-purpose courts – all to facilitate connected community living. A large range of commercial spaces will also be created to meet the needs of local businesses.
“Marsden Central will host the fastest internet speeds over a fibre network in a Sydney residential building. As a result, our dwellings will boast unprecedented internet speeds alongside the most cutting edge home automation capabilities that are future-proofing the community we’re designing.” Joe Aflak, Development Manager at Kanebridge said.
“We’re excited about the possibilities for the community we’re creating, given that this neighbourhood is benefiting from billions of dollars of Government investment over next 20 years as part of the Western Sydney Deal.”