Welcome to Sydney's newest urban neighbourhood
Spanning two city blocks, Quay Quarter Sydney comprises the stunning Quay Quarter Tower at 50 Bridge Street – an enabler of corporate change for the visionary, ambitious, and those who want to declare the forward facing nature of their business. MULTIPLEX is currently constructing the Tower, which is slated for completion in 2022. Australia's first skyscraper, the AMP Building located on 33 Alfred Street, also sits within the precinct.
The Quay Quarter development also includes the boutique laneway precinct between Young and Loftus streets, a vibrant cultural hub of fine grain retail, and world-class restaurants, cafes and pocket bars, as well as Loftus Lane’s 106 luxury apartments. This element of the precinct, due for completion in Q4 2020, is being constructed by Richard Crookes Constructions.
Open Space: One acre of new private and public open space
Transport: A variety of transport options are available on our doorstep
Retail: Approximately 8,000 sq.m retail is included in the precinct
Activation: Vibrant activation 18 hours a day, 7 days a weekwww.quayquartersydney.com.au
Rest (upon completion)
|Net Lettable Area (NLA)||88,000+ sqm|
Quay Quarter Lanes - Q4 2020
Quay Quater Tower - Q2 2022
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