Australian Technology Park

Overview

AMP Capital, Sunsuper and Mirvac acquired the Australian Technology Park (ATP), Sydney from UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation.

As part of the ATP renewal project, AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund (AWOF), AMP Capital separate account client Sunsuper as well as Mirvac Property Trust will co-invest one-third interest each to fund the estimated $1 billion development of approximately 93,000 square metres of office net lettable area to be leased to the Commonwealth Bank for a term of 15 years. Mirvac will be the developer of the Commonwealth Bank development at ATP, with development commencing in 2016 and the office buildings due for completion from 2019.

Location Information

location_on  Locomotive St, Eveleigh NSW 2015

Ownership

Separate Account Client

AWOF

Net Lettable Area (NLA) Approximately 93,000 sq.m 
Key Tenant

CBA

Important notes

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