Sydney Science Park breaks new ground in Australia urban design and showcases our collaboration and dedication to deliver site-specific, evidence-based design outcomes to shape an innovative urban environment.
A community built around science and technology, it will be both a place to live, as well as a place to learn and work. The 287-hectare park, close to the proposed Badgery’s Creek airport, will include over 50 hectares for employment users, 3,400 dwellings, a science and technology high school, shops and cafes, green space, sports fields and an entertainment precinct.
In collaboration with FJMT Architects and Celestino, the science park is expected to generate 12,000 smart jobs, many of them at or connected with research centres focused on innovation, technology, health and food security.
For Urbis, which is managing the masterplan and planning approval process, Sydney Science Park is a model for the better, smarter urban spaces and vibrant communities that will come to define tomorrow’s Australia.
Sydney Science Park will be a model for the better, smarter urban space and vibrant communities that will come to define tomorrow’s Australia.