One The Waterfront’s resort atmosphere brings together nature, architecture, elegant interiors and a social network of recreational facilities including lagoon pool, indoor lap pool, gym and tennis courts all in one extraordinary address.
one design vision
Combining the talents from award winning teams Stanisic Architects, Turner for Interior Design and Urbis for Landscape design, One The Waterfront’s cutting-edge design raises the bar on contemporary residential living.
a vibrant location
The entertainment opportunities are endless with over 5,000 events per year on your doorstep at Sydney Olympic Park including festivals, music and international sporting events. The new wave park by UrbnSurf will offer multiple lagoon-side amenities including a café, roof top bar, beach club, fully equipped pro-shop, beach cabanas, skate ramps, children’s playground, rock-climbing and more.
easy transport access
With regular bus services, the ferry wharf at the end of the street and Rhodes Train Station a short walk across the new footbridge, One The Waterfront is exceptionally well connected. The free Baylink Shuttle service provides connections every 10-15 minutes to 11 different locations including Rhodes Train Station.
space for a healthy, active lifestyle
Australia’s largest urbon parklands are on your doorstep featuring recreational areas, wetlands, waterways, 35kms of bike paths, walking trails and playgrounds.
convenient upmarket retail & dining
Live adjacent to the European ambience of The Piazza, stroll to nearby Pierside or Marina Square for upmarket lifestyle retail, alfresco dining, winebars and supermarkets including Coles and IGA.
one brilliant opportunity
smart living apartments
The latest home automation and technology, state-of-the-art fibre optics and Urmet technology give you unrivalled high-speed connectivity.
One The Waterfront’s rich and diverse collection of apartments offer wonderful views to the water, the surrounding parklands and the CBD skyline.
jobs in a new business hub
As Sydney’s seventh largest local economy, the area is forecast to host one third of all new jobs in Western Sydney by 2036.
the future looks bright
Planned infrastructure for Wentworth Point include a proposed marina and light rail. Recently opened facilities include a primary school, childcare centre, retail centre and waterfront promenade.
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