Nexus Norwest is a stylish modern building located in the heart of the Norwest Business Park.
Designed by award winning Australian architects Leffler Simes this unique and premium development was completed in 2007. It is 7 floors high with 400 car spaces.
This modern facility was constructed with the aim of offering world-class office facilities to small businesses. Each strata office has plentiful natural light with floor to ceiling glazing, and opening to individual balconies to enhance the sense of light and space.
The grounds offer ample visitor parking and access to facilities such as the Norwest Marketplace, an onsite café and gym.
In-house amenities include a concierge, and secure basement parking.
The building boasts spectacular views over the Castle Hill Golf Course. Many of Norwest Business Park attractions – including the Sydney Ice Arena, Norwest Lake, Castle Hill Country Club and The Hills Lodge Hotel & Spa – are just a stroll away.
Tenants are in great company being positioned amongst large scale corporations such as ResMed, AAMI Insurance, Subaru, Fitness First gym, Woolworths head office, and one of the Reserve Bank of Australia's data centers.
Nearby amenities include banking facilities, Childcare and shopping centres.
50 minutes by car / taxi from the Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport.
The North-West T-way bus services provide convenient public transport to Norwest.
Norwest Station is a 10-minute walk from Servcorp Nexus Norwest. The Sydney Metro Norwest Transit link takes 48 minutes (including interchange) to Wynyard Station in Sydney’s CBD.
Nexus Norwest is in the heart of the Norwest Business Park, a thriving business community consisting of a mix of retail, professional, services, and office buildings.
Strategically located, this expanding commercial and technology district is located on Sydney’s orbital motorway system providing easy access to the CBD, airport and Sydney’s manufacturing and distribution heartland.
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