MascotOff the Plan 100m From Train Station
Building A – 190 apartments
DISTANCE FROM CBD
7 kms to Sydney City
Krikis Tayler Architects
A selection of oversized 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
All apartments come with storage and parking
Conveniently situated with access to Mascot Central retail facilities
Close to a selection of great public and private schools
3 minute walk to train station, 7 minutes to airport and 7 kilometres to Sydney CBD
Residents will have access to podium level gardens and piazza style ground floor retail
ABOUT THE SUBURB
Mascot is a suburb in South-Eastern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Mascot is located 7 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district and is one of the administrative centres of the Bayside Council. Mascot is on the North-West side of Botany Bay and is home to Sydney Airport.
Mascot has a mixture of residential, commercial and industrial areas. The main shopping precinct is located on Botany Road. The area around Mascot railway station is being redeveloped to contain high-density commercial and residential developments. Mascot Fire Station is located in Coward Street, beside the City of Botany Bay Council Chambers.
Sydney Airport, Sydney’s principal airport, takes up a large part of the suburb. Mascot is also home to international head offices, including the Qantas Centre located on Coward Street.
East Square is located within walking distance of Mascot Train Station which is on the T2 Airport, Inner West and South Line. It is two stops from Central Station heading north, and one stop from the Airport.
The suburb is served by a number of bus routes, which are operated by Sydney Buses.
The M20, 301, 303, 309, 310, 400 and 410 routes travel down Botany Road
The 343 and 418 services travel down Gardeners Road
The 305 route departs from Qantas Centre.
Southern Cross Drive is a major road in Sydney, New South Wales. Part of the M1, the freeway links the Eastern Distributor at Moore Park to General Holmes Drive at Sydney Airport. It has connection points at Botany Road.
West Connex – The M5 expansion project was approved in July 2016. The new M5 will link to the upgraded King Georges Road Interchange on the existing M5 East Motorway at Beverly Hills and run via twin tunnels to St Peters. The new M5 tunnels will more than double the capacity of the M5 East corridor, improving travel times and reliability for the 100,000 motorists which use this key route every day.
Mascot is well serviced by a number of schools ranging from private educational institutions to a number of well-established public schools.
PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOLS
Mascot Public School
St Therese Catholic Primary School
Gardeners Road Public School
University of New South Wales
The University of Sydney
University of Technology, Sydney