Sydney’s luxury property scene is set to welcome a game-changer. Infinity Park, an upscale off-the-plan development in the coveted Hills District, is poised to become a favoured address for pet owners when it is completed in mid-2025. This delightful piece of real estate news is a win for pet owners who have been seeking properties that cater not just to human needs, but also to their furry companions.
Hectares of green parks, a large picturesque lake, an 18-hole golf course, and premium residential facilities are the selling points of Infinity Park, based in Norwest, which aims to be 100% pet-friendly.
Robert Tasevski, Haitchin Property’s General Manager, confirmed this, stating, “So many apartment owners are looking for pet-friendly developments with their own landscaped gardens and parks within the precinct making it super convenient and safe to take your pet outside at any time of the day or night.
“They also want to live close to walking tracks or indeed dog parks as well as grooming services and Vet services.
“At Infinity Park, dog owners will also be able to walk their beloved pooch around the stunning vistas of the neighbouring lake and championship golf course.
“It’s a pet owner’s paradise.”
Characterised by its natural environment and rural backdrop, the Hills Shire is renowned as ‘The Garden Shire.’ The range of lifestyle and employment options, combined with transport, health, recreation, and education infrastructure, makes The Hills an appealing location to live, work, and visit.
Elevating this way of living, Infinity Park will feature an array of spectacular resort-style amenities, including a lagoon-style pool surrounded by lush, tropical landscaping.
Overlooking the picturesque Castle Hill Country Club, the project will comprise 287 apartments across three residential buildings, namely a 25-storey tower, Marque, and two five-storey low-rise buildings, Alpha and Omega. Opposite these, a seven-storey commercial tower, the Infinity Commercial, housing 95 strata commercial suites led by a signature rooftop fine-dining restaurant by eminent hatted chef, Joshua Mason.
Robert declared Infinity Park to be “one of the most premium mixed-use communities in Norwest.” He noted the strong interest the project has already attracted from local downsizers who desire to remain in the area.
Infinity Park’s prime location offers premium panoramic views of the Hills District. Robert described it as Norwest’s greenest residential community. He stressed the lifestyle it would offer, being within walking distance to the Castle Hill Country Club and offering generously sized residences and balconies designed with the needs of downsizers and those looking for more space than the average apartment in Sydney.
The residential component of Infinity Park is due for completion in mid-2025, with the commercial aspect set to be finished earlier, by April 2024.
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