^thanks mitch. looks awesome:banana:
new towers 30st/96m 60st/190m 70st/225m
is that a new city beach i see????
Advertisement lifts lid on Barangaroo
An advertisement promoting office space at Sydney’s Barangaroo has lifted the lid on some of Lend Lease’s plans for the $6 billion redevelopment.
A pavilion built on a pier hovering over the water, a tree-lined retail and pedestrian boulevard, and an expansive man-made bay and boardwalk area, are just some of the details revealed in an advertising image *published in The Australian Financial Review on Wednesday.
The group had been closely guarding its modified concept plans for the southern end of the 22-hectare Hungry Mile site on the western side of Sydney’s central business district.
But the advertisement and accompanying image – which in some parts differed greatly from previous images – have revealed updated plans for the site.
A Lend Lease representative on Wednesday told the AFR the group was not yet able to disclose final details, but confirmed submission of the concept plan to the Barangaroo Development Authority is imminent.
Subject to approval by the Authority and the NSW government, the concept plan will then be submitted to the Department of Infrastructure and Planning for final approval.
Lend Lease plans to build about 800 apartments, three office towers for 23,000 workers, a 6-star hotel and a retail district.
The first buildings are due for *completion in 2015.
A campaign marketing the precinct’s ‘International Towers’ commercial centre has kicked off this week, aimed at attracting new tenants to the site.
Westpac Banking Corporation, law firm Gilbert+Tobin, KPMG and Lend Lease have each already committed to space in the 280,000-square metre commercial development.
The group has been conducting a number of information sessions to local residents and stake holders ahead of the submission of the final plans to the NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure. Another period of community consultation will begin after plans have been lodged