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Phillip Square is centrally located to...

  • 200m to Campbelltown Station
  • 400m to Campbelltown Mall
  • 6 mins to Macarthur Square Shopping Centre
  • 10 mins to Campbelltown Golf Club
  • 6 mins to Campbelltown Hospital
  • 8 mins to Western Sydney University
  • 5 mins to Campbelltown Stadium
  • 15 mins to The Australian Botanic Garden

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Why purchase in Phillip Square

Affordable housing

Sydney’s diminished land supply, rising land prices and intensifying population pressures are vital in the context of the city’s land availability and capacity for Greenfield developments. Read more. Campbelltown has significant tracts of underdeveloped land available for development with the current median unit price in Sydney is $757,991 whereas the median unit price in Campbelltown is $490,000.

Excellent Opportunities for business

With an above average economic growth rate, low overheads and active local business chambers, Campbelltown is the perfect location just outside of Sydney CBD for individuals to start their businesses. Read more. Campbelltown City Council is encouraging more start-up ventures through their “vision for the future” plan backed by the federal government. The first stage of their plan is to stop two thirds of the local workforce leaving the area for work by providing over 50,000 jobs within the CBD itself. This potential for further growth is facilitated by the greater collaboration with WSU and TAFE South Western Sydney to build a world class health and education precinct. Western Sydney is expected to grow from two to three million people in the next 20 years. It is Australia’s fourth-largest city in its own right, and the third-largest economy. Campbelltown is ideal for companies wanting to access large local and international markets, and also for those who want to be connected to other parts of Sydney, as Campbelltown is right in the middle of metropolitan Sydney’s largest growth corridor. Campbelltown has an important role in this growth. As one of three regional city centres designated by the NSW Government in 2014 (outside of Sydney CBD and Parramatta), Campbelltown is the capital of the Sydney’s south-west. The current population of the Campbelltown LGA is more than 156,000 and it is estimated to reach more than 300,000 by 2036.

Parks, Gardens and Green Space

During a recent re-imaging forum at NSW parliament house, Campbelltown council outlined their vision for the future that involved making Campbelltown “Australia’s greenest city”. Read more. This vision outlined plans for retrofitted buildings powered by sustainable energy, green rooftops and a goal of a carbon neutral CBD. Building Australia’s greenest and most sustainable city is an element that would foster innovation, encourage industry collaboration and entice young professionals to establish themselves in Campbelltown. Being a healthy distance away from Sydney CBD, Campbelltown is surrounded by picturesque natural landscapes including some of NSW most pristine National Parks. This brings the best of both city living and natural green spaces all in one.

Excellent Educational Opportunities

Formerly an industrial area, Campbelltown is now home to an abundance of world class educational facilities including Western Sydney University which is in the world’s top 2% Universities. Read more.The university is one of Australia’s largest providers of medical, nursing and health care professionals graduating more than 100 students from the school of medicine every year. Furthermore, the four storey $21 million Macarthur Clinical School is an advanced training and research centre helping to build the skills of these medical students. TAFE South West Sydney is one of Australia’s biggest organisations with over 60,000 students, additionally Campbelltown has a range of performing arts schools, different religious and denominational schools, art centres and many more.

Connectivity & Accessibility

Campbelltown has extensive road and rail networks, directly connecting the city with the nation’s biggest cities and airport. Read more.Campbelltown CBD is minutes away from the Hume Highway/M31 Motorway, which links to Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and the Sydney International Airport. The M7 Motorway links Campbelltown directly to the suburbs north of Sydney CBD. The Northern Road provides access to Penrith, with Appin Road connecting the city to Wollongong and the Illawarra region. Campbelltown has direct rail connections to Sydney, Sydney Airport, Canberra and Melbourne. The federal government is investing $3.5 billion in Western Sydney over the next 10 years in infrastructure upgrades that will further transform the region’s economy and connectivity including Australia’s biggest infrastructure project; The Western Sydney Airport. The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan, announced in May 2014, will deliver significant upgrades to major and local roads in the area.

Transport

The transport section will say “Campbelltown has extensive road and rail networks, directly connecting the city with the nation’s biggest cities and airport. Read more.Campbelltown CBD is minutes away from the Hume Highway/M31 Motorway, which links to Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and the Sydney International Airport. The M7 Motorway links Campbelltown directly to the suburbs north of Sydney CBD. The Northern Road provides access to Penrith, with Appin Road connecting the city to Wollongong and the Illawarra region. Campbelltown has direct rail connections to Sydney, Sydney Airport, Canberra and Melbourne. The federal government is investing $3.5 billion in Western Sydney over the next 10 years in infrastructure upgrades that will further transform the region’s economy and connectivity including Australia’s biggest infrastructure project; The Western Sydney Airport. The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan, announced in May 2014, will deliver significant upgrades to major and local roads in the area.”

Phillip Square Design

The 10 Storey architecturally advanced Phillip Square will be the first residential project to be built right in the heart of Campbelltown’s CBD. Designed with nine levels of residential apartments comprising of 92 units, a ground floor with retail shops and two car parking basement levels, this beautifully designed building has a state-of-the-art green wall creating the illusion that there are two separate towers.

Just 200m away from Campbelltown railway station, Phillip Square offers a great range of one, two and three bedroom luxury apartments. One bedroom apartments range from 58m2 to 84m2 of internal living space; two bedroom apartments range from 87m2 to 127m2 of internal living space; and three bedroom apartments range from 105m2 to 141m2 of internal living space.

Transforming the city centre skyline, this towering building will become the region’s most iconic and bold residential high-rise offering a range of fantastic finishes. With location and lifestyle being key, these peaceful, quiet and spacious apartments are all within a short walking distance to the hub of the city, pubs, clubs, shopping centres and universities.

With Phillip Square being the first of its kind in Campbelltown, it will even impress the fussiest buyer with floor plans that will break the mould with its outstanding views of the city and greater Campbelltown region.

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SCHEDULE OF FINISHES

Kitchen

  • Bench tops: reconstituted stone bench tops.
  • Splash back: tiled.
  • Cupboards: seamless finger-pull joinery for overhead and under bench cupboards.
  • Hinges and closers: soft close hinges with a combination of push latch closers where required.
  • Sink: stainless double end bowl sink.
  • Tap: mixer hardware.
  • Flooring: polished floor tiling.
  • Appliances: stainless steel 600mm appliances including: dishwasher, electric oven, and gas cooktop with slide-out range hood.

Bathroom and En suite

  • Tiling: polished vitrified or similar tiled walls from floor to ceiling.
  • Shower screens: framed aluminium shower screens.
  • Toilets: dual flush toilets.
  • Accessories: polished chrome.
  • Single towel rail or ring, soap holder and toilet paper holder.
  • Ducted ceiling exhaust fan.
  • Frameless bevelled edge mirrors.

Laundry

  • Laundry tub and cabinet.
  • Ceramic tile splash back.
  • Ceramic tiled floor and skirting.
  • Wall mounted dryer.
  • Ducted ceiling exhaust fan.

Security features

  • Intercom: video intercom to all apartments.
  • Resident-only swipe reader access to enter building.
  • Basement: security panel lift basement entry door with secure remote access.
  • Common area lighting.
  • Internal common area video surveillance cameras to: building entrance, lift and fire stair entrance, basement door entry, basement lift, and fire stair entrances.
  • Locks to all windows and sliding doors.

Apartment detailing

  • Plush carpets throughout living areas and in all bedrooms.
  • Floor tiling to wet areas, balcony, and apartment entry.
  • Painted plasterboard walls.
  • Shadow line cornices to all bedrooms, hallway, kitchen, living, and dining. Shadow line cornices to common area hallways, but excluding common area stairs and basement (note: no cornices to run along the bulkhead of built-in wardrobes).
  • Skirting to hallway, living and dining excluding stairs.
  • Dividing walls between apartments: building code of Australia compliant system.
  • Acoustic rated ceiling will be installed where required, as per the building code of Australia.
  • Flush finish hollow core internal doors with privacy lever handles to all bedrooms and wet area doors.
  • Main entry has solid fire rated door with lockset.
  • Feature down lighting to kitchen, oyster lighting to living areas, hallways and bedrooms.
  • Built-in mirrored/frosted doors with one set of internal drawers and shelving above.
  • Split system air conditioning.
  • Storage for all apartments. Some with internal storage, others with basement storage.
  • Pay TV and internet provisioned.
  • Gas heating connection inside apartment.
  • Instantaneous gas hot water system.
  • Built-in wardrobes to all bedrooms with top shelf and hanging space below. One set of drawers with additional shelving.
  • Roller blinds to all windows and sliding doors, excluding wet areas.
  • Garbage chute allocated per floor.
  • Powder coated aluminium windows and sliding doors and fly screens to windows and doors.
  • Elevator access to all floors.
  • Outdoor gas outlet on balcony.
  • All weather balcony mounted outdoor power outlet.
  • Outdoor balcony tap and outdoor balcony light.

Electrical features

  • Smoke detectors: building code of Australia hard wired compliant.
  • Safety switch: safety switch fitted to switch board inside apartment.
  • Power outlets: general power outlets to selected areas.
  • Double power points to selected areas.
  • Cat 5E or better cabling with data points to living area and master bedroom.
  • Phone outlets supplied to living and master bedroom.
  • Internal provisions for pay TV wiring.

CONSTRUCTION STATUS

MEET THE BUILDER

Trinity Constructions (Aust) began trading in the bedroom of suburban home in the St George area of Sydney in 1999. What started from a small business, progressively grew to a well-known respectable company that has delivered over $1bn gross revenue for Trinity and its client’s. Trinity are actively building more than 600 units in excess of $200m turnover per year. Trinity specialise in design and construct contracts of medium to high density residential and commercial projects through numerous states across Australia, ensuring the highest value and return for our clients.

The team at Trinity thrive on three core business beliefs:

  • To prosper at a high level of construction through quality and innovation.
  • Build exceptional projects to ensure a lasting legacy for our clients;
  • Perseverance and determination will lead to longstanding relationships with our clients, employees and sub-contractors.

Visit: www.trinityconstructions.com.au

Contact Details

Harcourts The Property People
T (02) 4628 7444

Garth Makowski
Project Marketing Agent

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FAQS

How long will it take to finish?
The construction works commenced in May 2017 and is scheduled to complete in August 2018.

How much are the expected strata fees if I choose to purchase a ‘Phillip Square’ apartment?
‘Phillip Square’ will be easy to manage and economical to maintain. ‘Phillip Square’ has no high cost onsite facilities such as a pool or a gymnasium that typically drive up the strata fees. The intelligent architectural design provides apartments that will keep strata fees low without impacting on its lifestyle benefits. Strata fees are estimated to fall within the following ranges:
1 bedroom apartments             $650 to $700 per quarter.
2 bedroom apartments             $700 to $800 per quarter.
3 bedroom apartments             $780 to $880 per quarter. 

What are the expected rent returns for apartments within the ‘Phillip Square’ project?
Campbelltown has seen a number of apartment projects in recent years. Recently completed projects have established the market value rent for the Campbelltown CBD zone. Individual rental returns may vary slightly, due to aspect, position and overall size; however, the anticipated rent yields are expected to be:
1 bedroom apartments             $340 to $370 per week.
2 bedroom apartments             $400 to $440 per week.
3 bedroom apartments             $440 to $480 per week.

Can I inspect my apartment during construction?
Yes, please contact Harcourt’s to make an appointment, otherwise the site will be open for inspections between 1pm – 1.45pm on Saturdays.

Is my deposit secure in the event the builder fails to complete the project?
Your deposit is invested and held in a secure trust account on your behalf by the developer’s real estate agency, Harcourts – The Property People. The developer has no direct access to these trust monies. 

Is the builder reputable and what experience do they have?
The builder, Trinity Constructions, have been developing and building in Sydney since 1999. Trinity bought their first Macarthur based project in 2008 and commenced construction in 2009 in Chamberlain Street, Campbelltown. This project was named ‘The Louvre’. Trinity Constructions are the most active repeat developer within Campbelltown’s CBD redevelopment zone having already constructed:
‘The Louvre’ in Chamberlain Street,Campbelltown [60 apartments].
‘Ebony’ apartments in Tyler Street, Campbelltown [71 apartments].
‘The Collins’ apartments in Tyler Street, Campbelltown [76 apartments - currently under construction].
‘Phillip Square’ will be Trinity’s fourth high-rise construction project in the Macarthur. Trinity have an impressive reputation with an impeccable construction work ethic that is unrivalled by any other regional high-rise developer. Trinity are industry leading, and are a highly respected family-owned development company boasting a perfect 100% project completion record.

Visit: www.trinityconstructions.com.au

Can I purchase in ‘Phillip Square’ with a reduced deposit?
Yes Starting from 3% subject to approval 

Am I entitled to any Government incentives when purchasing a property?
In New South Wales there are government purchase incentives for all buyers of new homes:

First Home Owner’s Grant Scheme
For eligible transactions made on or after 1st July 2017, First home buyers purchasing a new home up to $600,000 will receive a $10,000 grant.

First Home Buyers Stamp Duty Relief
For first home buyers purchasing new or existing homes up to $650,000 stamp duty will be waived.

Removal of Insurance Duty on Lenders Mortgage Insurance
From July 1st 2017 (first home buyers or not) the insurance duty on lenders’ mortgages, of 9% of the premium, was removed. Ensuring further savings for all buyers.

For more information visit https://www.nsw.gov.au/improving-nsw/projects-and-initiatives/first-home-buyers/ 

Will ‘Phillip Square’ be pet friendly?
Yes, ‘Phillip Square’ will be pet friendly for small animals.

How do I secure and purchase an apartment in ‘Phillip Square’?
To register your interest to purchase a home in ‘Phillip Square’, please email phillipsquare@propertypeople.net.au with your preferred apartment floor plan. In the event we receive multiple nominations for the same apartment, preference will be given to the email nomination received first. This ensures fairness to all clients.
Monday to Friday we guarantee to answer your enquiries within 24 hours. Should you contact us over the weekend, we will return your correspondence no later than close of business the following Monday.

All other queries and questions are detailed in the Property information pack you can download here.