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Royal Shores at Ermington - SOLD OUT

We have a very exciting new project called Royal Shores that is due to be launched around early October.

This project is going to be jointly developed by PAYCE and Sekisui House.

PAYCE is widely recognized as a respectable developer that brings East Village and Platinum in Zetland and Washington Park in Riverwood.

We were heavily involved in the selling of Platinum and Washington Park and both projects were around 90-95% sold out on the day of launching, mostly due to their more superior design and finishing with lower starting price point compare to their surrounding similar developments.


Scheduled to begin in late 2014 Royal Shores (with a site area of 20,382sqm including 612 apartments) is a residential development consisting of nine separate buildings, in the suburb of Ermington.

The buildings are permeable and connected to the foreshore reserve and adjacent parklands and create a dramatic gateway and transition from the detached dwelling allotments to the north to Parramatta River to the south.


PAYCE & Sekisui House


Royal Shores is the continuation of a vision started some 25 years ago by Payce to create Parramatta River as the upper reaches of Sydney Harbour. The proposed development site is arguably the best kept secretary on the river.

Providing a lifestyle for the active, this development is located right on the river with access to a new ferry wharf, childcare facilities, walkways, waterways, cycle ways and a neighbourhood store.

This proposal starts with an understanding primarily of movement, connection and permeability not as a site concern but rather at the level of the suburb. Minute mapping of the existing lot subdivision to the rear and understanding of how adjacent parkland could be used informed an approach that took advantage of views, and seamless integration of private and public domain.

This development was about improved urban outcomes on a suburb wide basis. This could only be done however by radically re thinking the relationship between built form and waterfront.