The performance of the Mascot residential market has been buoyed by its popularity, convenience of the Sydney’s CBD and in particular a continuing demand from young professionals and foreigners to enter the market.
East Square is a 3 minute walk to Mascot Train Station. It is two stops from Central Station heading north, and one stop from the Airport.
The suburb is served by a number of bus routes, which are operated by Sydney Buses.
Just 10 minutes to the M1 freeway, the gateway
to the North and South Coast and Sydney CBD.
The M5 expansion project, West Connex will more than double the capacity of the M5 East corridor, improving travel times and reliability for the 100,000 motorists which use this key route every day.
Mascot Public School
St Therese Catholic Primary School
Gardeners Road Public School
University of New South Wales
The University of Sydney
University of Technology, Sydney
The major driver of population growth in Mascot is the attractiveness of the suburb for young adults seeking suburban accommodation within close proximity to Sydney CBD.
The suburb is characterised by a high proportion of young to middle aged adults from 20 to 34 years old.
As at 2011 the total population for Mascot is was 10,719, an increase of 19.5% since the 2006 Census.
From the key demographic trends combined with the low unemployment rate 4.5%, the stabilised economy and the potential for increasing rental and property prices, Mascot should appeal to both investors and owner occupiers.
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