Penrith skyline set to soar with plan for new towering apartments

Penrith councillors have endorsed a transformation of the existing Union Rd car park in a plan that includes six new lofty apartment towers.

The tallest of the apartments is set to stand at 34 storeys and 110 metres high.

Along with the apartment towers, the area is proposed to include retail, commercial areas, open green space, a childcare centre and three decked parking lots for public use.

Penrith Council assistant general manager Craig Butler said: “It’s an exciting proposal and city shaping.”

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