New Epping will be a sustainable masterplanned community unlike any other. It will transform an area that has remained undeveloped for decades into the heart of a living, breathing city.
A place that combines healthcare, commercial, hospitality and residential into one bustling area.
A place for people to live, learn, work and play.
We are delighted to have officially commenced construction at New Epping – our $2 billion community in Melbourne’s north. To mark the occasion, we celebrated with a groundbreaking ceremony attended by The Hon. Richard Wynne, Minister for Housing and Minister for Planning along with our project partners. The event saw Stage 1 works kick off
A number of permits within the $2 billion mixed-use development, New Epping, have been fast-tracked under the Victorian Government’s Building Victoria Recovery Taskforce (BVRT), with $194 million of work given the green light due to its significant community benefit and employment opportunities. The fast-tracked approval includes the delivery of a private hospital to be operated
The rehabilitation and future development of the former Epping Quarry into a $2 billion mixed-use development – known as New Epping – is a step closer following the State Government’s green light to rezone the land. The redevelopment will see the 51-hectare site rezoned from Industrial to Mixed Use, paving the way for the birth
Designed to service Melbourne’s ever-expanding northern growth corridor, Mantra Epping hosts a collection of sophisticated hotel rooms, one bedroom apartments and two bedroom interconnecting apartments. The new hotel is set to address a pressing need for more contemporary hotel accommodation in Melbourne’s North and is positioned to become the area’s primary corporate, meetings and leisure
The growing community of New Epping continues to surge forward with a number of wins for the City of Whittlesea in the 2019–20 Victorian State Budget, including an investment of $50 million into the Growing Suburbs Fund. With allocated funds divided across health, education, and community initiatives, the news is welcomed by current and future
The connection between humans and nature is widely known to promote health and wellbeing. Take for example, how you feel after walking through a beautiful landscape, or laying down in a park and watching the wind rustle the leaves of the trees above. But have you ever considered as to why nature boosts your mental
Master planned communities provide an opportunity for buyers to consider their needs today and for the future. The vibrant hub of New Epping responds to the diverse demographics of the growing population in Melbourne’s North to deliver an inclusive neighbourhood and cater to the demands of our future residents through different life stages. So, what
Part of our grand vision for New Epping is a seven-hectare health and well-being precinct that will service the growing needs of the new community, as well as the thriving population currently residing in the northern corridor of Melbourne. With the population already in excess of 600,000 and projected to double in the next 15
Ongoing investment in Epping sees the Deveny Road extension now open! The transformation of Epping as a key metropolitan activity centre continues, with the Deveny Road extension now open. A crucial connectivity improvement for New Epping and the wider area, the road links High Street and Edgars Road, future proofing the infrastructure for its growing
Walkable neighbourhoods will soon become a reality for those living in Melbourne’s north. The concept is simple – having every necessity within 20 minutes, whether it’s a walk, cycle or short public transport trip from your doorstep. Walkable urbanism enables people to truly live locally, bridging the CBD and suburbs. So, what exactly does a
There is something for everyone at New Epping. This masterplanned community will add variety to Melbourne’s north with diverse residential options alongside new shops and facilities for people to live, learn, work and play. New Epping will contribute significantly to the existing Epping Central Activity Centre, providing countless new job opportunities to transform the region
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