03 May 22

Warada gets greenlight

Inspired by the Australian-native waratah, the $650 million Warada on Walker is set to comprise 22-levels of premium office and co-working spaces with over 27,000 sqm of net lettable area. Each typical floor plate spans across at least 1,150 sqm of internal space.

The project has secured early interest from some of Australia’s industry leaders looking to secure its space for the return to office wave post pandemic, with both half and full floor level offerings available for rent set to hit the commercial market later this year.

The design of the development was conceived during the height of Australia’s 2019 bushfires and then refined during the coronavirus pandemic, which has helped shape the building to be one of Sydney’s first workplaces to be consciously designed for occupation in a Post-Covid world.

The green-lit project will include 73 car spaces, 156 bike spaces, 12 retail spaces, state-of-the-art end of trip facilities for commuters, 1 basement space and 1 co-working space that is set to boast a full-size amphitheatre.

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63-83 Walker Street aspires to be a major contributor to the evolving vibrant and highly connected city of Sydney, creating a new benchmark commercial offering within the North Sydney CBD.

The project will be topped by a spacious, 1,000 sqm roof top garden with expansive CBD views that will never be obstructed and will feature a 6-star Green Star rating and a 5.5 environmental rating. Each floor includes high 3.8 metre ceilings and a 20-metre atrium on the ground floor.

A link through the site from Walker St to Little Walker St will celebrate the theatre of the building featuring creative landscaping and increasing amenity to the public domain. It will create a new high-quality public space for North Sydney and a clear address for Warada on Walker and tenants.

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