Liverpool, 32km from Sydney’s CBD, is an integral part of the city’s future growth plans. For us, this meant our Liverpool Waterfront Master Plan needed to deliver a sustainable balance of public amenity, waterfront activation and accessible transport, ensuring the area can support its growing community over time.
Liverpool Waterfront takes its locational advantage to create a distinct Transit Oriented Development (TOD) that complements the CBD. It does this by providing for higher density living solutions, varied mixed-use residential developments, unique retail and entertainment experiences, re-use of heritage buildings and quality public open spaces.
Looking towards a future to accommodate Sydney’s rapidly growing population, our master plan focuses on high-density living; mixed-use, retail, entertainment and transport. It also addresses the area’s heritage sites, parks and waterfront, preserving character and protecting open space.
Liverpool City Council, Ethos Urban, J.Wyndham Prince, Ecological Australia, Traffix
Liverpool Waterfront celebrates the natural setting of the George’s River, the local industrial heritage and the multi-cultural character of Liverpool City. The iconic new waterfront park is will be created to celebrate the nature, heritage and culture of Liverpool. A unique waterfront that is inextricably linked to Liverpool, however currently yet not capitalised on.
12,800 residential dwelling units
93,800 sqm of commercial space
13,900 sqm of retail space
GFA: 1,190,000 sqm