Integrating a luxury hotel into a vibrant mixed-use precinct.
This proposal brings together workplace, hotel and retail components; to support Parramatta's growth as Sydney's second CBD.
Site area 4,307 sqm
Location Parramatta, NSW
Hotel GFA 15,113 sqm
Workplace GFA 26,223 sqm
Retail GFA 4,586 sqm
Hotel keys 230
Indigenous Country Burramattagal & Dharug
Poised at the northwest corner of Centenary Square, this new mixed-use precinct will significantly cater to the growth of Parramatta’s CBD and future communities.
Bringing together a luxury hotel alongside retail and workplace spaces, the hybrid design will greatly contribute to the public life and urban domain of Parramatta.
The hotel includes a dramatic atrium space which integrates public art and landscaping to enhance the guest arrival. It also hosts convention and function spaces, a podium top pool club and gym, and a rooftop bar.
The design celebrates its heritage by incorporating the withstanding Murray Rose building as a permeable podium form below the two towers. This promotes an activated ground plane, with rooftop gardens and integrated landscaping.
A new laneway, between Church and Marsden Street, connects the various uses together – passing through dining areas, atrium spaces, and the hotel and commercial lobbies.