Octagon Building is a prime A Grade building in the centre of Parramatta’s financial and legal precinct.
Enjoying a prominent location on the northern side of George Street with additional frontage to Phillip Street, this 6 level building dominates the area with its truly unique octagonal structures.
Octagon Building’s environmentally sustainable design has achieved a 4.5 star NABERS Energy rating. Recent upgrades to the building included improvements in energy efficiency, glass façade refurbishments, courtyard beautification, paving and landscaping and a lobby upgrade.
The building features two high quality onsite cafes and food court area with outdoor seating. In-house amenities include bicycle racks, shower facilities, two basement levels of security car parking for approximately 362 cars.
Octagon building looks out onto George Street; many of Parramatta’s key landmarks and attractions are just a stroll away, including Church Street mall, Westfield shopping centre, and Old Government House.
Building occupants include Michael Paige, Emergency Patient Transport, Police Bank, eHealth and the NSW Departments of Justice, and Roads and Maritime Services.
Offering both an enviable and practical address in one of Sydney's major business and commercial centres, the Octagon Building offers excellent transport connections for both vehicle and public transport commuters.
Moments away from Parramatta Local Court, Family Court of Australia, Parramatta District and Children’s Courts, tenants also amongst other prominent corporations such as The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, IAG, St.George Bank, HSBC, Telstra, Westpac and Suncorp – as well as retail outlets, entertainment venues, and banking facilities.
50-minute drive from Sydney Airport and 45-minute train service from Sydney Airport.
45-minute train service to Sydney CBD.
5-minute walk to Parramatta Rivercat.
7-minute walk to Parramatta Railway Station and bus interchange.
Octagon Building is located in the Parramatta CBD. Parramatta is a major business district located 35 minutes west of the Sydney CBD.
Parramatta is easily accessible by car, serviced by the main arterial links of Victoria and Parramatta Roads. The M2 and M4 motorways are also each within a five minute drive.
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