Green Square: Rosebery, Beaconsfield, Zetland and parts of Waterloo and Alexandria
Green Square is thought to be the largest redevelopment project of its kind in Australia, and it will provide many new business opportunities.
Once redeveloped, Green Square’s town centre will feature shops, restaurants, and entertainment and community hubs. It is set to become a vibrant urban village that's green in more than just name. The town centre will embrace progressive environmental initiatives and incorporate cycle ways and open spaces. Close to Central Sydney and transport links, including a train station, Green Square is expected to attract more than 30,000 residents by 2021.
Green Square sits on 278 hectares of land in Sydney’s oldest industrial area and takes in parts of the suburbs of Zetland and Beaconsfield, as well as Alexandria, Rosebery and Waterloo.
At the moment it’s still predominantly industrial, with several major business or corporate parks around Alexandria Canal. Transport and logistics account for more than 30% of jobs in the area. The manufacturing sector comprises 10% of businesses in Green Square and surrounds, and most people employed in the motor vehicle sector in the City of Sydney work here too.
Business Precinct Coordinator
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South Sydney Business Chamber
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Last updated: Friday, 24 May 2013