We are opportunity

Sydney's northwest is a priority region that is already playing a valuable role in the city's future growth. And right in the heart, you'll find Macquarie Park, an area that is benefiting from several major infrastructure projects across transport, education, retail and civic facilities totalling around $15 billion.

Macquarie Park is an area under transformation and Midtown is your opportunity to invest in a bright future. The third-largest business district in NSW, Macquarie Park is a highly liveable and connected location, close to employment hubs, transport connections, a world-class university, shopping and entertainment, as well as an abundance of green open space.


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Investor guide

Investor Guide

Investor Guide

We are connected

Midtown at Macquarie Park is ideally located on the new Sydney North West Metro: When the Metro is extended to Sydney's CBD anticipated in 2024, peak-period trains will run every four minutes and Sydney's CBD will be just 6 stops from Macquarie Park. 

Midtown is ideally located only a short walk to the new Sydney Metro North West corridor: Chatswood is 3 stops away and Norwest is only 5 stops.

When the new Metro is expected to extend to Sydney's CBD in 2024, you'll be just 6 stops from Sydney's CBD.Peak period trains will run every four minutes connecting you to St Leonards and North Sydney, through to Barangaroo, Martin Place and Central. 

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with Andrew Winter

We reached out to some of the key voices in the property market from Selling Houses Australia host Andrew Winter, to Chief Economist at REA Group Nerida Conisbee, and some of our very own at Frasers Property to talk about all things property from the future of Macquarie Park, to the benefits of buying off the plan, and also buying into a masterplanned community. 

Sourced by Urbis, the forecasts and assumptions are a prediction and whilst Urbis has made every effort to ensure that the forecasts and assumptions are based on reasonable information, they may be affected by assumptions that do not necessarily eventuate or by known, or unknown, risks and uncertainties. The information is subject to change without notice and Urbis is under no obligation to update the information or correct any assumptions which may change over time.