From a lush urban forest to a fitness loop, The Catherine Hamlin Park offers endless possibilities for bringing out the best in people, boosting productivity and nurturing belonging.
Catherine Hamlin Park creates a relaxed atmosphere that brings people together to share ideas, stories and lives. Enjoy the scenery when working to a deadline without losing WI-FI connection.
Macquarie Square’s Wellness & Fitness Centre takes an innovative approach to spreading wellbeing. More than just a place to work out, it’s focused on educating how to live a healthy lifestyle, promoting new ideas via social media and e-books.
Expect invitations to yoga in the park, team bootcamps, or meditation and mindfulness sessions.
It’s all about making wellbeing the way of life at Macquarie Square.
A destination in its own right, the Macquarie Square Galleria is a new lifestyle precinct that brings workers, locals and visitors together.
From a quick coffee and lunch on the go, places to get together and unwind after work, to fashionable restaurants and bars, there’s a diverse range of options to suit every taste.
Bringing together businesses large and small, the Co-Working Hub focuses on cross-pollination to create more entrepreneurial business cultures.
With flexible, bookable spaces, it’s a nerve-centre for the types of synergies that happen when working alongside other businesses.
Co-working spaces are proven to create happier and more engaged workers with associated increased productivity and more impactful engagement.
Macquarie Square will offer the bonus of its own boutique hotel.
With a selection of upscale rooms and suites and outstanding common spaces, the hotel welcomes business and leisure guests to Macquarie Square.
Here, they can relax in solitude and take advantage of the facilities, or get together and swap stories in the stylish hotel bar.
Macquarie Square’s on-site childcare centre will bring families closer together – making it easier to drop off the kids, pop in at lunchtime and avoid the after work pick up rush.
The childcare centre will boast facilities for all ages up to kindergarten as well as before and after school care, and a wide diversity of play and learning spaces.
Set right next to the gardens, there are also opportunities for children to get out into the fresh air and be close to nature.
Leveraging creative thinking is central to Macquarie Square’s public art strategy.
Work by talented Sydney artist Nadia Odlum will feature at Macquarie Square, showcasing pieces that will reinterpret the idea of a modern marketplace using innovative media.
Macquarie Square is a greener, more people-friendly transport leader.
With vehicles diverted underground, and a focus on paths for walking, cycling and jogging, we’re creating a thriving urban environment on a human scale.
Interconnected path and bikeways lead to Macquarie Park Metro station, while electric vehicle and bicycle charging bays continue the focus on a more sustainable commute.
This has been prepared for the information of potential tenants by John Holland, Knight Frank, Cushman & Wakefield and outlines John Holland’s vision for the development of the Macquarie Square precinct. The information contained here is intended only as a guide for the purposes of marketing and an aid to further independent investigation of the precinct by potential tenants.