You may have seen that the NSW government has released two key documents on the future of Sydney – The Draft Greater Sydney Region Plan and the Draft Future Transport Strategy - heralding an exciting time for those who own property along key transport lines.
The reports detail a 40-year strategy to reshape Sydney from a CBD-centred city into three economic hubs; a western parkland city, a central river city, and an eastern harbour city, with a transport strategy that will see 70 percent of people living within 30 minutes of work, study and entertainment.
Central to the plan is a train link from Kogarah to Parramatta, eliminating the need for travel via the Sydney CBD. With Parramatta CBD set to be the heart of the river city, and already expecting growth of 32 per cent over the next five years, this puts Kogarah well and truly on the map.
The strategy also features improved metro links which will further benefit this suburb’s valuable connectivity to Sydney city.
Improved public transport links are strongly tied to price growth. It is a direct drawcard for tenants and future buyers, and brings vitality to neighbourhoods in the form of retail and dining growth.
Veridian is less than 400m from Carlton train station, and, with the building being the first of its kind in Kogarah, we are truly setting the standard for the Kogarah CBD.
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Last updated Sept 2017.