Located on the doorstep of Australia’s largest health and education precinct, Highline Westmead is one of the best located residential projects in Sydney. You will be seamlessly connected with easy access to Sydney’s T1 Western Line, the planned Western Sydney Metro Station and the upcoming Parramatta Light Rail.
Generously sized apartments designed by multi award-winning architects, Turner Studio make the most of spacious balconies and natural light to deliver homes of distinction, convenience and style.
7 Maple Tree Road, Westmead
The Highline Westmead luxury apartments have been developed as part of Deicorp’s Westmead Rise project.
These luxury apartments are attracting both families and young professionals keen to enjoy the stunning views from the rooftop gardens, while having access to Westmead’s growing amenities.
Deicorp selected Westmead as the ideal location for their master-planned community due to the suburb’s diverse employment, education, and entertainment opportunities. Westmead town centre is home to NSW’s largest health and biotechnology precinct. With Westmead Hospital, Parramatta Marist High School, and the Westmead Western Sydney University Campus all right on the doorstep, Westmead is a place to learn, work, live, and play.
This is an expansive community in a beautifully landscaped environment, set in the heart of one of Australia’s fastest-growing suburbs. Deicorp - Sydney’s leading residential and mixed-use developers - aims to offer more than 900 apartments in total, across Westmead Rise’s 10 buildings.
Westmead is also a place that’s very well connected, making it convenient to great schools, shopping and Sydney’s second CBD. Westmead Station is located just 400m from the Highline apartments, and serves the T1, T5, and BMT railway lines. There are direct trains to both Parramatta Station and the Sydney CBD, getting you there in three minutes and under 30 minutes respectively.
“As with all Deicorp projects, we have made convenience to transport a top priority”. Deicorp’s founder Fouad Deiri said.
“In fact, our Highline project at Westmead is probably the best connected of any project in the region”. Mr Deiri said.
Mr Deiri added “Not only is it immediately adjacent to Westmead station, but the new Parramatta Light Rail is right outside your door, and the new Western Sydney Metro will be across the road.”
Westmead Town Centre is, of course, great for shopping. ‘Eat Street’ - the dining strip that connects Lennox Bridge with George Street - is home to some of the trendiest outdoor bars and alfresco eateries outside of the Sydney CBD.
And if that’s not enough, the three towers of Westmead’s 39,000 square metre Innovation Quarter - a local hub for health and research - are connected by a cafe-lined central square. This offers plenty of boutique stores and open-air drinking, dining, and social spaces. Parramatta Westfield, with over 450 stores, is just one train stop away, too.
“We selected this site for its closeness to Westmead hospital and great transport infrastructure.” Mr Deiri said.
“But its proximity to the great sporting and cultural facilities at Parramatta make it so convenient for families wanting to be close to everything.” Mr Deiri added.
Every day is a holiday at Highline Westmead, with the residential complex offering resort-style features such as a pool, sundeck, and perfectly manicured gardens for quiet relaxation.
With design and construction as a joint venture between Deicorp apartment developers and Turner Studio, the one, two, and three-bedroom apartments at Highline Westmead are unrivalled when it comes to luxury. The apartments feature timber flooring, entertainer kitchens, European appliances and high-quality finishes. Huge windows command excellent views of Parramatta Park and River, the Blue Mountains, the bustling Sydney CBD, or the beautiful heritage buildings across Westmead.
Residents of Highline Westmead also have exclusive access to the tower’s communal rooftop gardens, featuring BBQs, lounge areas, and canopies for cosy evenings under the stars.