Kellyville has been tipped to be the “new Parramatta” after the construction of the Sydney Metro and new residential developments.
Kanebridge managing director Marwan Rahme, who is developing a $165 million development in North Kellyville, tipped the suburb as the new CBD in western Sydney.
“Parramatta has piqued – Kellyville is the new Parramatta,” Mr Rahme said. “Locals enjoy excellent transport facilities in the area.
“Trains will leave Kellyville and Rouse Hill stations every four minutes during peak hour commuting and there are several bus stops.”
Mr Rahme said Kellyville North is growing and going upmarket with the introduction of a new major luxury residential development.
“We are pleased to be able to offer apartments at $30,000 to $40,000 below the market average for Kellyville,” Mr Rahme said.
The Hugh will have 240 one bedroom, two bedroom and three-bedroom luxury apartments across four residential buildings.
“Kellyville and its surrounds have an abundance of beautiful parklands, shopping centres, dining and entertainment venues, and great schools,” Mr Rahme said. “Just footsteps away from The Hugh will be The North Village shopping precinct, which will include Woolworths, BWS, Anytime Fitness, and a wide array of restaurants and cafes.”
It is estimated more than 300,000 residents will settle in Kellyville over the next 20 years.