Plans for US discount supermarket Costco to open up shop in Sydney's north-west have been released.
Marsden Park on Hawkesbury's doorstep is set to house the huge warehouse-style store.
Nine News revealed on Monday the construction would take place on Richmond Road, on the corner of Hollingsworth Road, near the site where Bunnings recently received approval to build a new warehouse.
It is believed Blacktown Council confirmed the interest, provided rezoning issues were overcome.
Costco Australia CEO Patrick Noone told reporter Ross Greenwood the north-west would be ideal for the third supermarket because it was easy to get planning permission.
The news comes as the supermarket prepares to open the doors of its Liverpool store by November this year.
The company is hoping approvals for the Marsden Park warehouse will come a lot sooner than the Liverpool site which has been in the planning phase for more than two years.
The Gazette tried to contact Riverstone MP Kevin Conolly and Hawkesbury MP Ray Williams but both were unavailable for comment at time of going to press.
The development will make up part of the previously announced Marsden Park industrial precinct, which was rezoned in November 2010.
The precinct has the potential to provide land for around 10,000 jobs and 1200 homes in the growing north-west.