Neatly Defined

A boutique office building that, when built, will enrich the North Sydney CBD offering an alternative, well-designed office space.

173 Pacific Highway

The pencil tower Woods Bagot has designed for the narrow site at 173 Pacific Highway represents a unique opportunity to disrupt the traditional office tower landscape of the North Sydney CBD. As well as contributing to the growth of the local area, the building will help diversify its commercial market, offering an alternative office space for a different tenant mix – from start-ups and smaller businesses to larger offices.

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Project details

The facade concept features a continuous horizontal slatted screen flowing over the East and West façades, the roof and through the lobby, filtering light and views and serving as a visual signature for the building.

Connectivity is enabled via the publicly accessible, double-height ground floor lobby which ensures the potential for a future through-site link to Miller Street and Victoria Cross Metro Station.

Located 100 metres from North Sydney Station, the development is surrounded by existing amenities and future opportunities.

Sydney, Australia
Maville Group
11,090 sqm
Expected Completion
Yet to commence

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