‘Like living in a treehouse’, Treehouse by Midtown MacPark offer a new way of apartment living.

A leafy lifestyle is the signature attraction for buyers at this unique new Macquarie Park development.

05 August 2022

A new development in the heart of Macquarie Park  launched to market this month, with a range of indoor parks and communal spaces on offer.

The project, named ‘Treehouse at Midtown MacPark’ invites buyers to enjoy a ‘leafy’ lifestyle’ with communal spaces located throughout the building and a sky garden rooftop providing space to relax.

The complex features custom-designed ‘treehouse rooms’ – communal spaces spanning three levels with landscaped gardens and views overlooking the central Village Green.

A view of the Forest Room in the development.

A view of one of the treehouse rooms in the development 

Frasers Property Australia planned out the Midtown MacPark project to also include entertainment spaces with their own indoor kitchens and outdoor cinema areas.

According to NSW General Manager for Frasers Property Australia Cameron Jackson, each treehouse room caters to the individual needs of residents, providing backyards to work, socialise and relax.

The apartments feature a range of spaces for entertaining guests.

 The apartments feature a range of spaces for entertaining guests.

“Residents of Treehouse will quite literally be living among the trees thanks to the exclusively designed Treehouse Rooms, which are unmatched by any other residential community in greater Sydney, or indeed, further afield,” Mr Jackson said.

“They are just some of the many varied communal space residents can spend time with family and friends as well as their new neighbours, including the incredible rooftop space, Village Green and surrounding parks.”

The building also includes spaces for children to play, including rock climbing and grassy pockets; areas with dedicated seating and tables for executives and students to work while enjoying the fresh outdoor air; as well as entertaining spaces to gather with friends.

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