Paramount on Parkes Harris Park

Apartments for Sale in Harris Park, NSW

Off The Plan Apartments in Harris Park

Experience the understated luxury of Paramount on Parkes, a suite of high-quality apartments on the fringe of Parramatta CBD. Pay no heed to thriving Western Sydney outside. This apartment will be your ultimate getaway: your very own lavish hideaway, complete with hints of marble look gold finishes.

Perfect for the budding city slicker who needs a bit of breathing space, Paramount on Parkes is the perfect combination of premium location and relaxing escape.


Paramount on Parkes


16 Parkes Street, Harris Park NSW 2150

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30 Parkes Street, Harris Park NSW 2150


331 Apartments + 6 levels of commercial suites




Estimated Q2 2024

Residential Apartments

Located in the heart of Sydney’s fastest growing Parramatta CBD, Paramount on Parkes sets new standards of luxury living. Choose from 331 architecturally designed residential apartments that maximise views, natural light and living space to create the perfect oasis of calm and serenity.

A sophisticated design of premium materials, modern cabinetry, exquisite fixtures and fittings along with premium Fisher and Paykel appliances, stone benchtops and gold accents gives each apartment a distinct air of luxury.

Offering two stunning kitchen colour schemes, residents can create the space of their dreams at Paramount on Parkes.

Commercial Suites

Parramatta CBD is a thriving commercial precinct known for its diverse business community and growing economy. The commercial district has undergone significant revitalisation in recent years, with new office buildings, retail developments, and infrastructure projects transforming the area. One of the most notable developments is Parramatta Square, a $3.2 billion project that will include office towers, a public plaza, and a new library and community hub.

Nestled on the fringe of Parramatta CBD, Paramount on Parkes also incorporates commercial suites. The Paramount Commercial Suites on levels 40-45 reimagines everyday productivity with a modern workspace perched above it all. A strategic location amplifies six floors of contemporary suites welcoming talent, clients, customers and visitors alike with an incredible spectacle. Down below, a large retail space taps into the action at ground level.


Restaurants, cafés and entertainment and shopping precincts of Parramatta are just minutes away for residents at Paramount on Parkes.

Parramatta boasts several bustling retail activity centres, including Westfield Parramatta, one of the largest shopping malls in Australia, featuring over 450 stores, and is anchored by popular brands like David Jones, Myer, Kmart, Target, Coles, and Woolworths. Westfield Parramatta is conveniently connected to Parramatta Train Station and is only an 8-minute walk from Paramount on Parkes.

Furthermore, every Friday, a farmers’ market is held in nearby Church Street Mall, where one can also find numerous cafes and restaurants. Church Street presents an array of outdoor retail options, allowing locals and visitors alike to leisurely stroll through the city and explore various shops and eateries.


  • What is there to do around the Parramatta area?

    Parramatta CBD is home to the huge Westfield Parramatta which includes Event Cinemas. There’s also a farmers’ market held each Friday in nearby Church Street Mall, where you’ll find plenty of cafes and restaurants. Residents are lucky enough have access an array dining options from cafes or pubs that offer fine dining as well if they’re looking for something more formal – Parramatta League Club is located right next door with its own gorgeous garden seating area perfect for large groups who want some live music while they eat dinner together.

    Residents of Parramatta CBD Precinct also have access to extensive open space and outdoor recreation facilities that support an active lifestyle. Located along the banks of Sydney’s famous river, residents are able enjoy many opportunities for exercise in their yards or on large parks like Parramatta Park – which also happens be a venue for major events. Smaller neighbourhood reserves add variety so there is no shortage when it comes time get outside- even if you live close by Bankwest Stadium or Rosehill Garden Racecourse.

    Lastly, Parramatta is a retail hub with over 450 stores and plenty to do in Westfield Parramatta. One of Australia’s largest shopping centres, Westfield Parramatta houses David Jones department store, Kmart, Target, Coles & Woolworths- all within easy access for shoppers.

  • What public transport options are there in Parramatta CBD?

    Parramatta is well connected with bus stops, train stations and the new metro system all close by, making reaching your destination efficient and convenient. There is even a bike track along the Parramatta River connecting Parramatta to Sydney Olympic Park.

    In fact, a car is optional when enjoying life in Parramatta. Employment hubs, shops, dining, cafes and transport are all within walking distance:

    • Parramatta Station & Westfield Parramatta are just an 5 minutes’ walk away
    • Frequent bus services allow for a stress-free commute to the nearby Hills District & Norwest Business Park
    • Sydney Olympic Park is less than 10km bike ride away from Parramatta
    • Sydney CBD is a 30 minute train ride away via the T1 line
    • The Church St Dining Precinct is just an 11 minutes’ walk away
  • What primary schools are there around Parramatta?

    There is an extensive network of public and private primary schools in the area including Parramatta East and West Public School, St. Patrick’s Primary and more. New schools are also being opened regularly to meet the demand from new families living in the area.

  • What high schools are there around Parramatta?

    Similar to primary schools, there is a wide array of public and private high schools close to Parramatta, including Parramatta High School, Arthur Phillip High School, Macarthur Girls High School and Parramatta Marist High School, to name a few.

    Additionally, new schools are regularly in the works of being opened to meet the rising demand from new families living in the area.

  • Where can you eat around Parramatta?

    Temasek is a family-run institution that has been serving up Singaporean-Malay dishes with a pan-Asian influence since 1992. They do excellent Indonesian nasi goreng, fried Hainanese chicken rice, as well as a fragrant King Prawn Hae Mee, but the main attraction here is the award-winning Singapore-style laksa.

    If authentic, home-style Middle Eastern food is what you are after, then Bayti is the place for you. An intimate space centred around an open kitchen, every element in the restaurant is considered allowing guests to enjoy the story behind it. The incredibly delicious food reflects a mix of modern and contemporary cooking and is designed to share amongst friends and family.

    Butter is a hybrid sneaker, fried chicken and champagne bar in Parramatta. Intrigued? You should be, they are well known for their succulent burgers and their unique fried chicken Ramen. We recommend you visit them and find out why for yourself.

    Who can say no to a modern Asian restaurant with former Mr Wong chef Brendan Fong in charge? We know we can’t and with a carefully curated menu influenced by Chinese and South East Asian cuisines, you won’t either. Dishes include tom yum prawn dumplings, XO pippies with kaffir lime and scampi red curry with betel levels to just name a few. The
    space is flashy and confident; a clever mix of concrete, dark timber and bronze largely open to the large square.

    The Albion Hotel
    Not a fan of fine dining and fancy restaurants? No problem. Parramatta has an array of pubs and casual eateries, one of our favourites is The Albion Hotel. This pub has been a local favourite for almost 100 years, owned by Solotel group it is a sun-drenched beer garden by day and a booming nightclub by night, with a menu featuring everyone’s pub

    Lil Miss Collins
    A total Instagram-magnet, Lil Miss Collins is a vibrant, pastel-coloured plant dining oasis. They do over-the-top creations like the lamington French toast or the eggplant and halloumi stack for feeding your inner child while also offering caffeine and Young Henry’s beverages on the side.

  • How far is Sydney CBD from Parramatta?

    As the geographical centre of greater Sydney, Parramatta is a hub of connectivity, with the Parramatta Train Station providing residents with direct access to Sydney CBD. Express trains can get residents to the CBD, which is only 23 km away, in approximately 32 minutes via the T1 line.

    For those that prefer to drive, upgrades to the M4 also give direct access to Sydney CBD – which is just 37 minutes drive away.

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