The V by Crown Group tower, known as Parramatta’s vertical village, will be home to Neil Perry’s next Burger Project outlet.
Burger Project Parramatta is set to open in early 2017 and, like its siblings, will feature a large open kitchen, seating for 100 guests, and a menu with 10 different burgers, fries, ice cream desserts, shakes, house sodas and a small list of beers and wines including Burger Project’s bespoke wines, Project Red and Project White, which Perry created in collaboration with Victorian winemaker, Jeffrey Grosset.
Crown Group national development director Pierre Abrahamse said that securing Burger Project was ‘a great coup’ for Parramatta.
“We’re pleased to welcome Neil Perry’s Burger Project to our new V by Crown Group building in Parramatta,” he said.
"Neil has established an enviable reputation for his burgers and many people have been waiting for him to bring Burger Project to Western Sydney,” he said.
Perry added “Parramatta has such a diverse and emerging food and cultural scene and we cannot wait to add Burger Project to the mix.”
V by Crown Group features two large ‘V columns’ each standing three-storeys tall at ground level. Recently awarded an international architecture award for its modern design, the 29-storey building will include 590 apartments and hotel suites, a swimming pool, gymnasium, library above a large retail and dining plaza and a unique archaeological display on ground level.
The tower will also be home to Parramatta’s highest bar located on level 26, with sweeping views of Parramatta’s Heritage parklands, Sydney’s CBD and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Due for completion early next year, The V by Crown Group tower is located on the corner of Macquarie and Marsden streets, less than 300 metres from the new Parramatta Square and 500 metres from Parramatta train station.
Burger Project Parramatta will join Burger Project outlets already open in Sydney’s World Square, MLC Centre, Macquarie Centre and Melbourne’s St Collins Lane. Three more are scheduled to open in Sydney and Melbourne before the end of the year.