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04 May 2021|Construction Update

The Langston officially reaches 'topping out' stage

Cbus Property has taken a major step towards completion of The Langston, Epping, in Sydney’s north-west, following the recent announcement that the project has achieved topping out status.

This milestone signifies the completion of the uppermost floors of The Langston, including the 29-storey Langston Tower, and two further towers of 24 and 19 storeys respectively.

The project’s topping out was celebrated at an exclusive ceremony hosted by Cbus Property’s Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Pozzo, who was joined by Scott Hutchinson, Chairman of Hutchinson Builders, and City of Parramatta Lord Mayor, Councillor Bob Dwyer.

The occasion was marked with the placement of a ceremonial magnolia tree atop Langston Tower in front of the gathered VIP guests, who enjoyed unrestricted views across Epping to the Sydney CBD.

Cbus Property’s construction partner Hutchinson Builders will now commence the final phase of construction, including internal fit-out, ahead of The Langston’s expected completion by the end of 2021.

 
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According to Mr Pozzo, the topping out marked significant progress in the revitalisation of the Epping Town Centre.

“We have been committed to developing this site for a number of years so to reach this stage in the development is not only an exciting milestone for us, but also for the future face of Epping,” he said.

“The Langston is a major contributor to the Epping Town Centre, providing new housing opposite a major transport hub, as well as new retail offerings and an extensive public domain that links pedestrians from the station through to the eastern side of the suburb.

“We are very positive about the future of Epping and, with the support of our construction partner Hutchinson Builders, we are looking forward to delivering a key piece of that future later this year at The Langston.”

To view a video from our topping out, please click the link below.

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