Western Sydney Airport has commissioned design firm Architectus to develop a masterplan for the 191-hectare business park, located in the growing investment region known as Western Sydney’s “economic zone”.
Up to 10-million annual passengers are expected to visit the airport site which will comprise office, retail, industrial, hotels and conference facilities.
Australian firm Architectus won the contract after a procurement process undertaken by Western Sydney Airport (WSA).
WSA chief executive Graham Millett said the significant land parcel is located on prime airport real estate.
“We’ve got a blueprint for staged growth to become one of the world’s biggest airports in the decades to follow and our business park will be a key feature.”
The business park will sit within 1.5 kilometres of the airport terminal, and is a separate development project to the 11,200-hectare Aerotropolis.
Master planning for the Airport’s business park is anticipated to be complete by mid-2019, with an opening date slated prior to the airport’s operational date in 2026.