South Quarter Parramatta (Auto Alley precinct)
South Quarter Parramatta (also known as the ‘Auto Alley’ precinct), located at the well-known former car yard site in Church Street, Parramatta, has been rezoned and will be transformed into an $800 million mixed-use project as part of the $8-billion plus Parramatta CBD transformation.
Auto Alley’s history is more than a century old with the first car sales yard opening in 1907. Over the years and especially since the 1960s it has been known as the place in Sydney to buy a car.
The South Quarter Parramatta development will cover 1.4 hectares and provide:
- 750 apartments
- An international hotel
- Commercial and retail floor space of up to 40,000 square metres
The new precinct is conveniently located 260 metres from Westfield Parramatta and 450 metres from the Parramatta transport Interchange. It’s expected to open in 2022.
South Quarter Parramatta Development
Dyldam is leading the development. When completed, it will comprise:
- Five residential and commercial buildings between 10 and 40 storeys
- A 4.5 star hotel operated by a major international hotel chain
- A 2000 square metre community park featuring artwork
- 3000 square metres of public open space
- Parking for 1200 cars
The new southern gateway to Parramatta, the South Quarter development is expected to coincide with the widening of Church Street for the Parramatta Light Rail and will also feature new cycle lanes.
South Quarter will offer opportunities in personal services, hospitality, health and wellbeing as the business and residential community grows.
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