Welcome to Thornton
The Thornton project covers 40 hectares adjacent Penrith Station and will complement the existing Penrith City Centre.
Landcom is delivering exemplar transport-orientated development offering a diverse range of housing choices including terraces, detached dwellings and apartments, complementing Penrith’s role as a Regional City.
Work at Thornton is well underway with infrastructure and open space works nearly complete. Approximately 600 small lot housing dwellings have been completed. Approximately a further 350 apartments have been completed with a further 750 apartments under construction
All land including house and land packages at Thornton have SOLD OUT.
The Thornton sales centre is NOW CLOSED.
There will be opportunities to purchase apartments in ‘Thornton Central’ being developed by St Hilliers and First Point Projects. Visit their website for further information.
Click the sections below to find out more about the development aspects of the Thornton project.
Thornton has changed the face of new housing in Western Sydney by delivering a diverse and innovative range of new housing choices within a mixed used urban village.
The project covers a 40ha site directly adjacent to Penrith Station and will provide a transport oriented development that complements the existing Penrith City Centre. Thornton will ultimately deliver around 2,000 new dwellings, 15,000m2 of commercial and retail floor space, and 7ha of high quality open space.
Infrastructure works are nearing completion and housing construction is progressing rapidly. Construction of the first apartment building has commenced, and delivery of the higher density areas of the project is expected to continue until 2020.
Social sustainability initiatives include:
- creation of a diverse and robust community through housing diversity
- delivery of new community building
- implementation of community development program
- NBN infrastructure
- significant heritage interpretation.
Environmental sustainability initiatives include:
- water quality management incorporated into urban design and public domain strategy
- rehabilitation of retained bushland
- leveraging transport infrastructure to reduce car dependency.