Parramasala 2017 is proud to announce The Lennox as a presenting partner of the festival. The Lennox is a collection of luxury riverside residences in Parramatta overlooking the Parramatta River and opposite the main Parramasala venues of Prince Alfred Square and The Riverside Theatre.
The Lennox joins Parramasala as a Major Festival sponsor. Parramasala is a free festival bringing to life the cultures of Asia and beyond through food, music, film, dance and art. Parramasala begins Friday 10 March and continues through to Sunday 12 March 2017. Parramasala Festival Director Di Henry welcomed The Lennox to the event.
“The proximity of The Lennox to Parramasala makes the development an ideal partner for the festival,” said Ms Henry. “The building’s design will be an impressive addition to Parramatta’s skyline and future residents will enjoy the vibrant lifestyle the area offers, including events such as Parramasala.
“The Riverbank at Parramasala presented by The Lennox is an addition to the festival footprint this year – a relaxing area on the Parramatta River foreshore hosting entertainment, short films on an outdoor screen and a bar area. The Lennox display suite will be in this area, providing a glimpse of the luxury residences to be created on the site directly across the river.” Private appointments to view the display suite can be made with Savills Residential Projects by calling 1800 998 519 or visiting the website at www.thelennoxparramatta.com.au
The Lennox is a new city icon for the geographic heart of Sydney, offering a premium hotel-like experience for residents, as well as a new retail precinct and boardwalk for the community. Located on the riverfront, where Church Street meets the Lennox Bridge and waterside parkland, the project celebrates the history of the site as well as the vibrancy and evolution of Parramatta. Apartments will be available from late-March 2017.
“The Lennox team is very proud to be supporting Parramasala this year. It’s a great opportunity for the community to come together to celebrate multicultural Sydney, as well as the evolution of the Parramatta River precinct,” said Andrew Young, Director of EQ Projects.
“We’re looking forward to being part of the biggest and most vibrant event in the Festival’s long-standing history.”