Urbis is celebrating a major milestone this month, with an expansion to new premises in Western Sydney.
With greater Sydney’s population forecast to hit eight million by 2056, Urbis is strengthening its commitment to supporting clients navigate the complexities that come with urban growth by establishing a physical presence in Western Sydney.
NSW Regional Director David Hoy said, “The establishment of an office in Parramatta CBD marks a new chapter for Urbis and underlines our passion and commitment to supporting Western Sydney’s growth.
“We are committed to having a strong local presence in Western Sydney that can grow in tune with the city. We are excited to be working with our clients to shape the region and its communities, right across infrastructure, industrial, health and ageing, education, greenfield and urban renewal.”
Urbis has over 25 years’ experience advising clients operating and investing in Western Sydney. During this time we’ve seen it evolve to a culturally diverse and vibrant region.
We have been privileged to be involved in many projects that have positively impacted Western Sydney, including the Liverpool City Centre Revitalisation projects at Macquarie Street Mall and Bigge Park, The Gables Box Hill, Parramatta North Urban Transformation Program, Telopea Urban Renewal, Parramatta Civic Precinct, Marsden Park North, Bonnyrigg Urban Renewal, Mamre West Industrial Precinct, Greater Macarthur Urban Renewal, Sydney Science Park, Parramatta CBD Heritage Study, Penrith Night Time Economy Strategy, Thornton Apartments at North Penrith and Pavilions by Mirvac.