Why are investors flocking to Infinity Park in Sydney’s Norwest?

Infinity Park, positioned in the heart of the bustling Norwest Business Park, is the new premier investment property destination. Boasting an array of resort-style amenities and prime residential living within a master-planned business community, it is set to become the most sought-after residential community in the area.

Infinity Park offers residents a range of spectacular amenities, including a glamourous lagoon-style pool surrounded by lush tropical landscaping. This development provides an unparalleled investment opportunity, blending prime residential living with exceptional benefits, and attracting over 25,000 to 30,000 workers each day.

Immaculately designed by award-winning architects Turner Studio, Infinity Park will comprise 290 apartments across three residential buildings. The project consists of a 25-storey tower, Marque, along with two five-storey low-rise buildings, marketed as Alpha and Omega, comprising the most premium two- and three-bedroom apartments in the precinct.

A seven-storey commercial tower, Infinity Commercial, is situated opposite the residential buildings and comprises 95 strata commercial suites including a 193sqm signature rooftop fine-dining restaurant, Ciel (translating to Sky in French) by acclaimed hatted and Michelin-star trained chef, Joshua Mason.

Haitchin Group’s General Manager, Robert Tasevski said “Infinity Park is more than just a place to live; it’s a community designed for luxury and convenience. Our goal is to offer residents a lifestyle that blends the tranquillity of lush landscapes with the vibrancy of a thriving business hub.”

A premier development with the best surroundings

Situated on the most elevated point of Norwest, Infinity Park will offer The Hills District’s finest elevated panoramic views and featuring extensive lush tropical landscaping, it will be Norwest’s greenest residential community, centred by a resort-inspired, tropical lagoon-style swimming pool – the largest in Norwest.

The Norwest is a meticulously designed community, ensuring high standards and quality of life for its residents. Each building in the precinct is required to allocate land to landscaping, creating a lush, green environment. These landscaped areas are maintained by the Norwest Association, a gatekeeper ensuring that every Development Application meets stringent quality standards.

The area is rich with recreational amenities, including extensive cycleways and bushwalking tracks along the creek between Windsor Road and Old Windsor Road. Norwest offers some of Sydney’s best cycle tracks, spanning 80 kilometres along the M7 to the Hume Highway, making it ideal for those seeking a balanced lifestyle with easy access to nature and outdoor activities.

A thriving market and infrastructure investments

According to the Norwest Residential Market Outlook report by URBIS, the area is set to experience a population growth of around 1.2% per annum, reaching 62,000 people by 2041. With an average income of $76,200 per person, approximately 13% higher than in Metropolitan Sydney, most workers in Norwest hold managerial or professional positions, contributing to a robust local economy.

Additionally, the housing market in Norwest has shown impressive growth, with median house prices increasing by 9.9% per annum over the past decade, consistently outperforming the Greater Sydney median. The median apartment price in Norwest also exceeds that of Greater Sydney, reflecting strong demand and a premium market.

As affordability constraints in the local housing market increase, there is a growing demand for apartments in Sydney’s Norwest. The area continues to attract affluent residents, driving significant price growth for both houses and apartments. This trend underscores the desirability and investment potential of Norwest’s residential properties.

A new metro line connecting The Norwest with the city

Norwest benefits from major infrastructure projects totalling over $9 billion, including the Sydney Metro North West and the proposed Norwest Quarter mixed-use development. These projects enhance connectivity, services, and overall attractiveness, making it a prime location for long-term investment.

The rental market has also performed strongly, with median rents for two-bedroom units growing at 2.0% per annum over the last decade, in line with the Greater Sydney average. The area’s lower vacancy rate reflects a high demand for rental properties and an undersupply of housing.

Residents will enjoy access to a wide range of facilities, including retail centres, educational institutions, healthcare services, and recreational spaces. The area’s strong transport connectivity further enhances its appeal as a desirable place to live and work.

PRD Norwest Managing Director David Inkster said “Infinity Park is a unique investment opportunity within Norwest, featuring a dedicated business park that hosts a thriving community of 30,000 workers. With limited funds required, investors have the chance to secure a stake in a high-growth, high-quality community. Combining luxury residences with state-of-the-art amenities, Infinity Park offers great potential for those looking to invest in one of Sydney’s most vibrant districts.”

The first stage of the project is scheduled for completion in Q4 2025. The entire project is expected to be completed by 2032.

The residential component of Infinity Park is due for completion in mid-2025 with the commercial building completing earlier in July this year.

For enquiries or to register interest at Infinity Park, please visit www.infinitypark.com.au or call PRD Norwest on 0455 120 777.