65km north west of the CBD at the entrance way to the Hawkesbury Valley, Rouse Hill is at the forefront of urban infrastructure. The establishment
of Rouse Hill rapid transit station as part of Sydney's new rail link sky train connecting the north and western suburbs will drive long term
prosperity and growth within the greater Hills Shire.
With construction by Cash McInnes Projects, 320 Northwest is an exclusive offering of 19 light industrial units. Featuring a continuous first floor
mezzanine office level it provides flexibility to suite a wide variety of occupants, the glazing along the walls providing great natural light
for all throughout.
Designed for mix use development, it comprises of retail spaces, office suites, warehouse units with office space and extension of an existing Childcare Centre, along with associated driveways and parking spaces.
In keeping with the modern corporate design and quality finishes, Wideline Paragon window and door systems were specified to complement the first
class commercial space.
The combination of Paragon system and glazing specification will play an important role in maintaining internal comfort for occupants. Manufactured
with Low E glazing helps reflect heat energy and glare – retain heat in the winter months and repel it in the summer. SmartGlass SP35 Grey
Dusk was selected to achieve enhanced energy performance and low reflectivity, as well as ‘Grade A’ security for single glazed openings to
safety glass standard AS/NZ2208.
Smart ventilation was achieved using powered Paragon louvres fixed high on the walls, allowing warmer air to escape and catch cool breezes.
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