Liverpool is fast becoming Sydney’s ‘third CBD’, and The Paper Mill precinct puts residents right in the heart of this energetic and picturesque locale.
Breathing new life into this suburb, the Paper Mill is more than just a precinct, it is an authentic lifestyle environment with outstanding homes, a friendly community and incredible dining amenities within an enviable waterside setting.
With $7 billion worth of government investment being poured into the Liverpool area, this landmark project is set to take full advantage of the suburb’s transformation, while paying wonderful homage to the area’s rich history.
“From the outset, when we acquired the site, we always knew we wanted to honour The Paper Mill’s significant industrial heritage,” says Coronation Property’s Urban Transformations Director, Aras Labutis.
“The very fact that the project is called ‘The Paper Mill’ is testament to our commitment to keeping this part of Liverpool — and indeed the Georges River’s — history alive.
“Preserving and reinvigorating the original 1914 paper mill building was a great outcome, and its unique heritage architecture can now be appreciated by all who visit it.”
Comprising of four residential developments being The Paper Mill, The Bindery, The Gild and The Foundry, as well as The Paper Mill Food, The Paper Mill precinct is designed to be where residents can be proud to meet friends, connect with neighbours, and be a part of something great just beyond their front door.
Inside every apartment , residents can discover first-class designs, in conjunction with exquisitely appointed and light-filled interiors which were carefully created by renowned architects SJB.
These homes are functional and stylish, featuring an abundance of storage options and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that allow occupiers to immerse themselves with the glimmering river and district views.
As part of the revitalisation of the area, shortly residents and the local community will be able to wander from Liverpool train station via The Paper Mill Precinct on the river’s edge, all the way down to Casula Powerhouse’s arts and cultural district while admiring the beauty of the flora and fauna that the Georges River has to offer.
Residents are treated to a variety of common areas, gardens, rooftop terraces and pools, and The Paper Mill Food is at their doorstep. This is a vibrant dinning offering that reflects the cultural diversity of Sydney’s vibrant south-west, with four distinct on-site restaurants – Charcoal Joe’s, Georgie’s’ Pizzeria & Bar, Firepit Meat & Seafood and Shepherds Lane.
“We’ve used the best food specialists in the business to create The Paper Mill Food, and this unique destination will anchor the entire precinct, enticing families from across Western Sydney who are looking for a top-quality food experience delivered in a welcoming and down-to-earth environment,” says Joseph Nahas, Coronation Property’s Managing Director.
“We wanted to create a space that feels like home and which encourages a new brand of family-friendly eating because, for many families, the kitchen is the heart of the home.
“The people of the west have been crying out for a venue such as this for a long time, and we’re very proud to be delivering it for them.”
“No detail has been overlooked, with features including bespoke timber joinery, Carrara marble and custom cast iron sculpting resembling 19th-century ovens, while an expansive hand-made mosaic tile floor is a highlight of the interior space,” adds Mr Labutis.
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