The opportunity to live in a boutique, architecturally designed, unique building in a prominent corner of Harris Park well serviced by public transport – Charlie Parker is just 500m from Parramatta Train Station and 650m from Harris Park – is expected to resonate very strongly with first home buyers.
Comprising just 111 apartments, Charlie Parker will span 22 storeys and will include an open-air pool and gym on the terrace level. Designed by award winning Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (fjmt) architects, who were inspired by the curves of the art-deco period, the development will also be easily distinguished by the quirky imaginings of contemporary public artists Gillie & Marc, whom were commissioned to create bespoke artworks including the very ‘character’ of Charlie Parker himself. Charlie Parker – aptly named by the two streets it is positioned on – Charles & Parkes Streets, will also incorporate a high-end, resident’s lounge, open-air pool, fully equipped gymnasium and relaxation area of which will have various curated artworks on display. Director of Urban Transformation for Coronation Property, Mr Aras Labutis, said the project’s concept and the bespoke artistry that will embody it, is something that is best experienced first-hand at the Charlie Parker gallery and display apartment currently taking shape and due to open 4th November 2017. Other design collaborations announced for Charlie Parker include Durie Design – headed by international, awardwinning landscape designer Jamie Durie, which Coronation Property has partnered with on two prior developments to develop extraordinary landscaped areas, including nearby 8 Phillip Street in Parramatta and The Paper Mill precinct in Liverpool.
Mr Labutis said Charlie Parker will open up the opportunity for those working in Sydney’s second largest CBD of
Parramatta to purchase a home within walking distance of the city, without some of the associated downsides of living right within it, and at a palatable price point. “Situated so close to both Parramatta and Harris Park train stations and just a few minutes from Western Sydney University, Parramatta Westfield and Parramatta River, Charlie Parker is big on lifestyle, with unrivalled convenience and connectivity,” he said. Coronation Property has a long history of investing in the future of western Sydney, with its The Paper Mill development in Liverpool leading the way for riverside living in the area and 8 Phillip Street in Parramatta – launched last year, also paving the way for intelligent, luxury design that is still obtainable.
Prices for apartments at Charlie Parker start from $475,000 for a one bedroom suite, $567,000 for a one bedroom
residence, $785,000 for a two bedroom and $898,000 for three bedrooms, with two four bedroom penthouses also
available, with price on application.