Welcome to Gold Abacus Developments

Gold Abacus Development is part of TIANTONG Group, one of the leading multi –billion dollar property developers in Asia. TIANTONG Group is an internationally recognized urban development company that has excelled in the construction and development market over the last 20 years.

TIANTONG Group develops more than 20,000 apartments every year, with over 50% being developed in Asia. The Group has established offices in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and China, catering for medium to large property development projects. The strength of TAINTONG Group lies in its solid financial position, good turnover and strong management team. The Group holds billions of dollars in assets and enjoys annual growth of 10%.

Gold Abacus was established in 1997, with the aim of developing a strong and successful brand in the Australian Property Market through constant expansion of its enterprise to meet market demand. Gold Abacus Development attracts award-winning architects, project managers and builders to its experienced central management, where the expertise of personnel converges to contribute to the company’s outstanding performance.

The key to our company’s success is to provide a high quality product in the right location. Our extensive experience allows us the flexibility to cater for a variety of customers and lifestyles. This is ably demonstrated by our current developments.

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The Majestic @ Rouse Hill is now selling


designs

Majestic at Rouse Hill is just one part of the dynamic change this incredible district is undergoing – including the ultramodern new Sydney Northwest rail link and this site itself, being developed in three stages.

surroundings

Open spaces and incredible living, all within easy reach of Sydney’s biggest town centres.

locations

Majestic is positioned to capture the best of the area’s national parks, Hills District town centres and growing transport pathways