Liverpool Civic Place, a new civic and cultural precinct in Sydney’s southwest, is currently being delivered by Built, a leading Australian construction and development company. This ambitious project aims to transform the Liverpool CBD into a vibrant and bustling destination for residents, workers, and visitors alike.
The Liverpool Civic Place project, locatee 52 Scott St, is a major undertaking, with a total investment of $450 million, and involves the construction of a range of new facilities, including a new library, council chambers, community centre, and plaza. The 17,000sqm development will also include a new commercial office tower and a 250-apartment residential tower, providing much-needed accommodation options for the growing population of the Liverpool area. Architectural firm FJMT have led the design for the project, with 4 buildings being sculptured into the site to be delivered.
Key features of Liverpool Civic Place include:
- Up to 12,700sqm* of commercial space available
- Large, efficient floorplates
- Modern A-grade building
- Access to amenity for staff
- Natural light with district views
- Ground floor café
- End of trip facilities
- Destination control lifts
- Proximity to car parking
- Due for completion 2023
- 5 Star Green Star Design and As Built Base Building.
- 5 Star NABERS Energy Base Building.
- 3.5 Star NABERS Water Whole Building.
- PCA A Grade Building.
- Liverpool Train Station
- Liverpool Hospital
- Westfield Shopping Centre
- Cafes, restaurants, gym and shops
- Western Sydney International Airport (25km drive)
The project is being delivered by Built, an Australian-owned company with a strong track record of delivering complex and high-profile projects across a range of sectors. The company is known for its commitment to sustainability and innovation, and the Liverpool Civic Place project is no exception, with a focus on creating a sustainable, future-proofed precinct that will meet the needs of the community for years to come. MBC-Group have come on board to provide design review, design development, construction, and occupation phases, including the fit outs of the Library, Council Chambers and Offices.
One of the key features of the Liverpool Civic Place project is the new library and council chambers, which will provide state-of-the-art facilities for residents and visitors. The library will offer a range of services and resources, including books, e-books, and digital resources, as well as meeting rooms and study spaces. The council chambers will provide a new home for the Liverpool City Council, providing a modern and functional space for council meetings and other events.
The project will also deliver a new community centre, which will provide a range of services and programs to support the needs of the local community. The community centre will include spaces for community events, as well as health and wellbeing programs and services.
In addition to the civic and cultural facilities, the Liverpool Civic Place project will also include a new commercial office tower and residential tower. The commercial tower will provide much-needed office space for local businesses, while the residential tower will offer a range of high-quality apartments, providing accommodation options for the growing population of the Liverpool area.
Construction is well under way with the project hitting major milestones, amongst budget blowout reports due to the Covid-19 remnants of construction difficulties. The project progresses on however, pressing towards delivery.
The Liverpool Civic Place project is a significant undertaking that will transform the Liverpool CBD into a vibrant and dynamic destination for the community. With Built at the helm, the project seems to be in safe hands, with a strong focus on sustainability, innovation, and community engagement. Once complete in the estimated timeframe of late 2023, Liverpool Civic Place hope to be a shining example of what can be achieved when public and private sectors work together to deliver high-quality infrastructure that meets the needs of the community.
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