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Architectus celebrates topping out of 275 George Street

275 George Street construction milestone marked in rooftop celebration

Today we are celebrating with John Holland the topping out of 275 George Street.

Our team joined John Holland, the Honourable Rob Stokes, the Lord Mayor Clover Moore and the wider project team to mark the construction milestone at a formal celebration held on the rooftop.

The boutique office building occupies a significant location in Sydney’s central business district at the gateway where George Street transitions from an environment of towers and open space to a street defined by podia and street walls. This prominent location means the building enjoys an exceptional outlook to the north and east.

The architectural language is defined by a finely detailed glazed curtain wall with vertical sandstone elements that speak to the history of the city and use of sandstone as a defining material of Sydney’s colonial history.

The new corner A-Grade office tower has been upgraded mid-construction to meet the latest PCA standards and incorporates additional automation to reduce the physical touchpoints for future tenants and visitors.

Targeting a 5 Star Green Star and 5 Star NABERS Energy rating, the 15-storey, 7200 m2 NLA building includes typical column free floorplates of 500 m2 NLA, ground and subterranean retail and premium end of trip facilities.

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