St Hilliers & First Point To Launch $115 Million Penrith Project


St Hilliers and First Point Projects will take Penrith's skyline to new heights, with the launch of unprecedented penthouse living at Thornton.

The $115 million Sheffield is the latest release within the successful Thornton apartment and retail precinct. The two 10-storey buildings are set to become the tallest in the Penrith city centre.

Comprising 204 apartments including 26 one, two and three bedroom loft penthouses, Sheffield at Thornton is designed by award-winning architects Group GSA.

St Hilliers Executive Chairman, Tim Casey, said Group GSA has delivered a high standard of architecture, urban design and excellence.

"Sheffield reflects our vision to showcase design innovation, building diversity and high quality urban living at Thornton."Deborah Landes Executive Director, First Point Projects said Sheffield at Thornton was prestigious living never before experienced in the heart of Penrith.

"The split-level loft penthouses are truly unique and innovative. Residents can enjoy expansive views through floor to ceiling glazing across two storey high spaces.

"The architecture of each building is striking. All of the light-filled apartments are designed from the inside out with beautifully appointed interiors and elegant architectural solutions that capture the best of Thornton's location."Sheffield at Thornton includes one, two and three-bedroom apartments as well as 26 spacious loft-style penthouses which overlook expansive parklands and take advantage of views to the Nepean river and Blue Mountains.

"We are delivering a new level if residential living for young buyers in Sydney's west who are looking for quality, well-priced homes close to amenity in a great location."Mr Casey said there was real transformation going on in Western Sydney; and in Penrith, Sheffield at Thornton is at the forefront.

"Investment, demand and interest is on the increase in areas such as Penrith, Liverpool and Parramatta.

"Penrith has the Western Sydney Airport and Western Sydney Employment Area (WSEA) right on its doorstep, and there is growing demand for residential apartments living close to transport, infrastructure, jobs and amenity.

"At Thornton we want to continue to push the boundaries in architectural excellence and design for all the buildings within the precinct. Our vision is to deliver a high quality, vibrant residential hub that sets the standard for similar residential project across Western Sydney," Mr Casey said.

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