Developer Greenland has named its landmark mixed-use development in Macquarie Park, ‘nbh at Lachlan’s Line’. The one and half hectare site comprises the first two lots to be developed within UrbanGrowth NSW’s nine hectare Lachlan’s Line precinct.
The project is to be known as ‘nbh at Lachlan’s Line’, which is an abbreviation of the word ‘neighbourhood’ and speaks directly to Greenland’s key target audience for the project, Macquarie Park’s growing millennial market.
nbh consists of approximately 900 apartments across six buildings ranging in height from two to 17 storeys, and 6,200 sqm of ground floor retail.
Greenland Australia, Managing Director, Sherwood Luo, said the contemporary abbreviated name was chosen for its youthful energy.
“Our project is set to appeal to young, savvy first home buyers and investors of the millennial generation due to its sophisticated urban lifestyle offering, extensive shopping and amenity, excellent transport links and its proximity to some of the country’s largest universities and employers,” Mr Luo said.
”nbh reflects the modern, familiar and playful spirit of the new neighbourhood Greenland is developing at Lachlan’s Line in Macquarie Park.
“Our vision is to deliver a characterful, connected and close-knit community which will appeal to both residents and the wider local community alike – offering lifestyle, culture, conviviality, connectivity and ease of living.
“With its bustling town-square, range of carefully curated shops and cafés, landscaped green spaces, inspired artworks (which form part of a broader public art program within the wider precinct) and cultural events, nbh will pulsate with the friendly youthful energy and lifestyle appeal of a true urban community,” Mr Luo said.
“Additionally, with the rooftop courtyard gardens connecting the high-quality apartments to this ground-level community, every resident will constantly feel part of this connected whole.
“We aim to bring our residents together in a friendly, community-minded atmosphere, where neighbours live together with each other rather than just alongside one another,” Mr Luo said.