Meriton’s Mascot Central A Hit

The Meriton group is on the verge of wrapping up a $600 million selloff at Mascot Central, a master-planned community and winner of the 2016 Urban Taskforce award for development excellence.

The final stage with 301 apartments in two buildings up to 13 levels are set in landscaped gardens and home to a new, alfresco-style urban retail precinct.

Today, after a buoyant sales run, only five remain in the Meriton name.

Meriton will showcase its final apartments at the on-site display centre in conjunction with a family fun day on September 23.

The fun event will take place in the retail precinct, with retailers joining in the spirit of the day, and will sprawl into the lush parkland, laced with play equipment, that is a centrepiece of the four Mascot Central apartment towers.

The day’s special guests includes Michelangelo and Donatello from Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and a Get Wild live petting zoo.

There also will be free face-painting, balloons and free show bags for the first 200 families.

Meriton says the day is not just for the multitude of families taking up residence at Mascot Central, but for all families in the area.

“We are extremely proud of Mascot Central’s retail precinct and the buzz it has developed over the past 12 months as more people are residing in the area and becoming aware of what it has to offer,” says Meriton head of commercial Nicholas Ivanov.

“It’s a welcoming, family-friendly destination that has something for everyone.”

It is playing a key role in transforming the Sydney CBD southern corridor, providing 1200 luxury apartments, including 386 one-bedroom serviced apartment suites, and 3400sqm of parkland.

The Mascot Central retail precinct, which has become a shopping and dining focal point for the suburb, is anchored by a full-size Woolworths supermarket. There is a large selection of family-friendly cafes and restaurants, health and beauty businesses, everyday services, and two childcare centres.

The landscaped Mascot Central retail precinct, just moments from Mascot train station, five kilometres from the city, and two kilometres from Sydney Airport, provides the retail necessities for the local community.

Mascot Central family day and on-site display centre

Saturday 23 September 2017, 10am – 2pm

Mascot Central Retail Precinct

Entry via 55-63 Church Avenue, Mascot.  Parking on-site.

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