Polymer recently assisted leading Australian developer TOGA launch their new Penrith project, Penway Place. Located on the corner of Union Place and Mulgoa Road, Penway Place will consist of four buildings, providing a new urban residential and mixed-use precinct that acts as a marker for the western gateway of the Penrith CBD.
Market-leading built environment specialists SJB Architects, and their design partner Studio Prineas won the design competition for Penway Place, and Polymer was engaged to develop the communications strategy for its launch in April, which included traditional media relations, a first home buyers guide and resident case studies. The first release of 81 apartments will feature a mix of one, two and three-bedroom configurations, with a number enjoying views to the Nepean River and neighbouring Blue Mountains.
TOGA is known for award-winning projects such as the Jones Bay Wharf rejuvenation and Bondi Boheme, and the company is expecting Penway Place to play a similarly transformational role in the future of Penrith. With plans to include a vibrant public plaza and retail precinct, Penway Place is set to provide a lively space for the local community, visitors and residents alike to enjoy.