Avaya House is a superior A grade building prominently positioned along Epping Road in North Ryde.
Completed in 2000, Avaya House is a modern, 10-level commercial building with sleek double-glazed curved façade.
It was designed by Bonaldi Architects to accommodate high technology communications and services. The tower has an efficient 4.5-star NABERS Energy Rating and 4.5-star NABERS Water Rating.
The property hosts quality cafés, restaurants and retailers within its landscaped grounds. With over 500 car spaces, on-site parking is abundant, supplementing the area’s comprehensive road links to both the North-Western suburbs and the city.
This building’s large balcony boasts sensational views across picturesque Lane Cove National Park.
Building occupants include Avaya Australia, Retalix, P3 communications, Biogen, Fleet Partners, Cincom, Concour Technologies, Hitachi, Zebra Technologies and AGC Networks Australia.
This building offers excellent transport connections with bus access directly outside Avaya House on Epping Road, and only a 10 minute walk to Macquarie Park Train Station.
In-house amenities include showers, bike racks, a swimming pool, tennis courts, a balcony with views and a BBQ area.
Tenants are only moments away from retail outlets such as Macquarie Centre and Top Ryde Shopping Centre, the North Ryde Golf Club, Macquarie Hospital, Ryde Community Sports Centre, major international business headquarters, schools and freeway access.
45 - 55 minutes by taxi from the Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport.
Less than 700 metres away from Macquarie Park Cityrail station.
Convenient bus access directly outside Avaya House on Epping Road, departs every few minutes.
North Ryde is widely considered to be Sydney's ‘Silicon Valley’. This premier technology precinct is home to many leading international companies including Microsoft, Sony, Honeywell, Hitachi and Retalix.
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