Liverpool Quarter is a new commercial and lifestyle destination at the heart of Liverpool CBD.
Located opposite the train station, Liverpool Quarter encompasses 26,000m2 of lettable space; a 23 story A-grade office tower and at the ground level mixed retail shops and a restored 1800s hotel.
Whether you need contiguous office space to establish a large and energetic new headquarters, or a smaller suite with the flexibility to grow, it’s your opportunity to make this high-profile, vibrant new address your own.
Western Sydney is a booming region, and is a major contributor to the NSW and national economy. It is gaining increasing attention, business and tourism from the state and around the world.
Benefiting from this unprecedented spend in infrastructure, Liverpool is rapidly attracting new industries that will serve a South Western Sydney population growing twice as fast as the rest of Sydney.
Western Sydney International Airport (due to begin operations from 2026), and surrounding Aerotropolis, have generated $20 billion in investment.
There is also $1 billion worth of major projects underway in Liverpool’s city centre, triggered by a major rezoning of the CBD to allow for mixed use development.
Liverpool Quarter takes pride and place in the heart of Liverpool’s buzzing business hub. Located at the intersection of Bigge and Scott Streets, and just over the road from the train station and bus interchange.
Liverpool Quarter is extremely well serviced by public transport routes via the Liverpool Bus-Rail Interchange, the Liverpool to Parramatta T-Way and the recently completed South West Rail Line. Plus, the WestConnex motorway scheme, forecast to be completed by 2023, will enhance vital links between West and Central Sydney in the coming years.
The entire project is playing its own part in the growth, development and rapid momentum of Sydney’s newest rising star.
Liverpool Quarter shines as a one-of-a-kind urban place.
This state-of-the-art new building boasts sweeping views of the city, Georges River and Blue Mountains from its upper levels; and at ground, it flows out seamlessly into a vibrant open forecourt, which leads into more workspaces, boutique food and beverage offerings and other brand-new amenities.
Highly glazed and filled with natural light, it features flexible floor plans, outdoor terraces, an elevated oasis and quality end-of-trip facilities, including 129 secure bike spaces.
The Stables brings a very Melbourne-like boutique retail laneway to Liverpool Quarter. It will become home to an eclectic mix of eateries, cafes and bars, creating a ‘Spice Alley’ feel where exotic aromas will fill the forecourt. Stretching from Bigge St through to Scott Street, this attractive laneway warmly invites both the public and local workers through to the open plaza, creating the perfect place to grab a quick bite in the morning or take a moment to relax for lunch or dinner.
Directly above the Stables is a well-appointed 200sqm space that will play host to the likes of a fitness or wellbeing centre. It’s also the perfect co-working space housing a collective of small businesses where they can share facilities and run their operation under a single roof.
Adding to the space are the first and second levels of the Heritage Hotel. Extensive refurbishment has paid homage to the age and distinctive character of the bygone era with high ceilings, ornate architraves, windows and detailed fittings, helping to bring a chic inner-city feel to Liverpool Quarter. Being so, these levels are likely to attract a more creative co-working type space, making it the perfect place for smaller businesses that are linked to their larger counterparts within The Tower.
The Commercial Hotel will be the hub of life at Liverpool Quarter. Anchoring the ground floor of this heritage site, the pub will be home to one of the neighbourhood’s most tasteful eateries, an open beer garden making for a lively place for an afternoon or after work meet up and the epicentre of buzzing entertainment for Friday nights and into the weekends.
Spilling out onto the plaza will be room for yummy food trucks during the week spreading some lunchtime love or the go-to place to grab an evening bite, some creative marketplace stalls adding a touch of bohemia or a little acoustic action to lighten the daily grind. Whatever the day, whichever the week, the Commercial Hotel will bring every day to life at Liverpool Quarter.
The Commercial Hotel has been standing true since its construction in 1888. Annie Teresa Marsden bought the site with the intent of making home to a grand hotel. She commissioned well-known architect Varney Parkes, son of Sir Henry Parkes, to design the project. Parkes had already made his name with a number of fashionable projects, most notably the Marble Bar at George Adams Hotel on Pitt Street.
During Annie’s license, the hotel gained quite a reputation as a meeting place for formal occasions, even being frequented by the premier himself, Sir Henry Parkes. She ran the hotel until 1904 when she handed over the reins due to failing health, and in December that year she passed away leaving everything including the Commercial Hotel to her sister Mary Gillick.
During this time, Liverpool was one of those towns with a pub on every corner and a few more to boot. Boom times however often turn to bust and by the 1930’s, many of these fine hotels had been demolished or totally remodelled. Tooth’s and Co, who had gained extensive control over the public hotels in Liverpool, attempted to buy the hotel and renovate it in the mid-twentieth century. They were, however, only successful in obtaining a license, thus, leaving the hotel close to its original built form.
Over the years, the Commercial Hotel has changed hands many times. The refurbishment of the Hotel brings this heritage establishment back to its former glory and will begin a new chapter when it becomes home to a new licensee.
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