Dahua Group Australia (Dahua) has unveiled its first land release at the $1 billion New Breeze masterplanned community at Bardia in south west Sydney.
New Breeze is Dahua’s first masterplanned project in Sydney. The company purchased the 89 hectare land parcel located in Bardia from UrbanGrowth NSW late last year. Eighty-five lots will be released to the market this month.
A variety of lot sizes from 250 sq m to over 647.7 sq m will be included in the first stage with prices starting from $330,000 to $670,000. These lots are positioned close to Brigade Park and Bardia Public School. All of the lots are easy build and include NBN access. House and land packages from a large range of leading Sydney builders are priced from $637,000.
New Breeze will comprise 1280 new homes with a range of housing types to suit all lifestyles and budgets. The development will include large high quality parks and playgrounds, a sports oval, bike and cycle paths and 40 hectares of open spaces for recreational activities.
Dahua Group was established in 1988 with its headquarters located in Shanghai, China. Dahua's core business is property development and related investment. Dahua has been actively investing in the Australian market since 2014 with a focus on large residential subdivisions and mixed-use development projects.
Dahua bought the site for new Breeze, and one in Menangle Park further to the southwest from the NSW Government's agency, UrbanGrowth NSW, for about $300 million late last year.
In Sydney, the group is developing the two-hectare Sydney Water Central Workshops site in the inner-city suburb of Waterloo. In Melbourne the group is building units and houses in Cranbourne West, Werribee and South Yarra.