Pyrmont is an inner-city suburb of Sydney, 2 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district. It is also part of the Darling Harbour region.
Pyrmont was once a vital component of Sydney’s industrial waterfront, with wharves, shipbuilding yards, factories and wool stores. In recent years it has experienced redevelopment with an influx of mainly affluent young professionals, couples and young families who love the inner-city lifestyle and all that comes with it, including the 20-minute walk in the CBD.
There are no schools located inside Pyrmont suburb but it is in zone for a few schools like
Primary: Ultimo Public School
Secondary: Sydney Secondary College Blackwattle Bay Campus
Train: Wentworth Park station, John Street Square Station
Bus: These Bus lines that pass though Pyrmont: 501, 389
CBD: Pyrmont is 2kms from the CBD
The Star is a massive building with a number of restaurants, cafes, hotels, bars and activities.
Cafes such as Lobby Lounge and bars like Rock Lily, Cherry at The Star and Latitude.
Parks include Waterfront Park and Pyrmont Bay Park.
The predominant age group in Pyrmont is 30-39 years. Households in Pyrmont are primarily childless couples.
In general, people in Pyrmont work in a professional occupation.
Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,400,000.
Households are likely to be repaying $4000 per month on mortgage repayments.
Currently the median rental for a 2 bedroom apartment in Pyrmont is $650PW
62% of Pyrmont Residents rent properties.
The heritage houses, the nightlife, and the close proximately to the city. Pyrmont is by far the most conveniently located suburb to the CBD, simply walk across the Darling Harbour Bridge.