Developer CDMA Australia has gained approval to build a 911-apartment housing development in Tallawong, as developers look at the strong demand for Sydney’s outer suburbs.

The project will feature nine towers with a public accessible plaza of 2,200 sqm for community use.

The plaza will offer a vibrant and engaging domain for local residents and the surrounding community which comprises retail spaces and green open areas.

A sprawling village green lawn and communal facilities will run through the middle of the development surrounded by an extensive running track.

A children’s playground area will also be provided and the future Town Centre will house two major supermarkets including a Woolworths.

The property is in Tallawong, about 35 kilometres north-west of Sydney and a 45 minutes’ drive from Sydney’s CBD.

The 32-25 Tallawong Road project is located directly opposite the Tallawong Metro Station which is part of the Sydney Metro Network and provides a commute of less than an hour.

Blacktown City Council granted the development approval within 11 months, making this process one of the quickest approvals in the precinct among similar scale residential projects.

According to CDMA Australia’s CEO Richard Wu, the company’s development pipeline had grown gradually since entering the Australia in 2017, with three significant projects either underway or in planning.

In 2021, CMDA Australia successfully built a 357-luxury apartment residential development in the same area.

“Our first project, Rosella Place has completed its first stage and is now sold out and settled while the second stage is under construction and final stage will kick-off early in the new year,” Wu said.

CDMA Australia Development Manager, Alex Guan said CDMA has long-term plans to develop well-conceived, lifestyle-oriented and affordable communities in Australia.