Ellipse Property Teams Up with Decode Group for Carrington Place Project

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Ellipse Property has inked a pivotal partnership with Decode Group, an esteemed construction company renowned for its multi-award-winning projects and iCIRT rating. Their collaboration marks the commencement of Stage One in the development of Carrington Place, an iconic $850 million masterplanned community.

Nestled at 36 Carrington Road, Carrington Place enjoys a prime location, directly opposite the Hills Showgrounds Metro Station and at the heart of Castle Hill. This visionary community will encompass a total of 771 apartments, thoughtfully distributed across five buildings, each spanning 8 to 12 stories in height.

The inaugural phase, known as Atrium, will feature a single mid-rise building standing at eight stories high, offering a selection of 151 meticulously designed apartments. Atrium promises an extensive array of amenities tailored to enhance residents’ quality of life. A highlight of this phase is the rooftop recreational spaces, providing residents with panoramic views of the breathtaking natural landscape that surrounds Carrington Place. Atrium will serve as the entry point to the Carrington Place precinct, encapsulating the community’s core ethos of sustainable living and a holistic, healthy lifestyle.

Founder of Ellipse Property, Sam El Rihani said:

“Ellipse Property’s decision to partner with Decode for the construction of Stage One at Carrington Place underscores a shared mission in delivering excellent built solutions.

“With a proven track record of excellence and reliability, Decode has a history of delivering award-winning residential and mixed-use projects that they are proud to stand behind long after construction completes.

“The attention to detail, commitment to excellence and dedication to quality aligns seamlessly with our vision for Carrington Place as the future heart of the Castle Hill Showground.

“Ellipse and Decode have delivered many quality projects across Sydney including in Homebush and Miranda.

“As we embark on this exciting new chapter at Carrington Place, we look forward to continuing to strengthen our partnership and deliver the future of quality living in Castle Hill,” Mr Rihani finished.

Carrington Place Aerial View - Site Plan
Carrington Place Aerial View – Site Plan

Decode Director, Divya Mehta said:

“Decode is delighted to be appointed as the builder on stage one of the landmark Carrington Place master-planned, multi-staged project. As one of the largest new residential projects in the Hills District it is a significant step forward for Decode and we’re ready to set the benchmark for modern living in Castle Hill. We are committed to delivering excellence in construction and look forward to working closely with Ellipse to realise their vision of a community focused and sustainable lifestyle with Stage One, Atrium.’

Recently this year, Decode won the 2023 Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Award in the Mixed-Use Development category for the construction of its Burwood Grand residential project in Sydney’s inner west.

Decode Group have been appointed to deliver Carrington Place by Ellipse Property
Decode Group have been appointed to deliver Carrington Place by Ellipse Property

Decode: First of 20 Businesses to receive Gold Star iCIRT Rating in NSW

In May 2022, when the Office of the NSW Building Commissioner introduced the rating system, Decode was among the pioneering companies to achieve a gold star public rating. This accolade was a part of the inaugural group of businesses evaluated under this system.

The iCIRT rating, which provides an impartial and autonomous assessment of an organization, is acquired through a comprehensive evaluation of every facet of a company. Its primary goal is to foster transparency within the industry and establish trust with Australian families and individuals seeking to make off-plan purchases.

Decode Group is a multi-award-winning construction company having won numerous awards since establishing in 2008. Awards have included:

  • 2023 Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards – Decode wins the Mixed Use Development category with Burwood Grand
  • 2022 Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards – Decode wins the Low-Rise Residential Metro Development category with Millard Place, Glebe
  • 2021, Master Builders Association NSW – Excellence in Housing Awards – Decode wins the Commercial Pools – Open price category with Royal Life Saving Aquatic Centre, Denistone East
  • 2021 Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards – Decode wins the Low-Rise Residential Development category with Grande, Pyrmont Bay Estate
  • 2020, Decode placed Top 30 in the Australian Financial Review ‘Fast 100’ list
  • 2018, Decode place First Place in the construction industry on the Australian Financial Review ‘Fast 100’ list

Carrington Place, designed by architectural firms Tony Owen Partners and Stanisic Architects, harmoniously blends with the surrounding natural landscapes, especially the meandering Cattai Creek along its western edge.

Notably, the precinct emphasizes outdoor spaces and greenery, with over 20,000 square meters of such areas thoughtfully crafted by Site Image Landscape Architects. This focus on nature positions Carrington Place as an environmentally conscious community in the Hills District.

A notable feature of this project is a practical one-kilometer boardwalk that runs along the Cattai Creek, connecting to Fred Caterson Reserve. This 58-hectare local reserve offers amenities like picnic tables, playgrounds, and sports facilities, further enhancing Carrington Place’s appeal.

Construction is planned to commence in Q3-2023 with Stage One Atrium due for completion in Q3 2025. The entire five-stage precinct is due for completion in 2032.

For further information, please visit www.carrington-place.com.au or call 1800 355 477.

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