Positioned between Victoria Street and Darlinghurst Road in Pott’s Point in inner Sydney, the striking new $320 million 20-storey Omnia apartment building has officially been opened.
Developed by Greenland Australia, the building features 132 luxury apartments and is already gaining widespread attention for its curvaceous hourglass angles, atop a unique sculptured retail podium.
Construction on the project began in March 2017, becoming Greenland Australia’s fourth completed project since commencing in Australia in 2013.
Greenland Australia’s Managing Director, Sherwood Luo thanked the project team for creating such an iconic landmark for inner Sydney.
“Probuild have been responsible for Omnia’s high-quality construction, Durbach Block Jaggers for its distinctive design, and SJB and Studioaria for its premium interiors,” said Mr Luo.
“This exceptional build quality is important given Omnia’s high-profile location, which effectively redefines the gateway to Potts Point and Kings Cross – one of Sydney’s most iconic food and beverage and entertainment precincts.”
“As such, we felt the site warranted a world-class building with significant architectural merit, and thanks to our amazing project partners, I think we’ve more than delivered.”
Nick Gaudry, NSW Managing Director of Probuild said as an adaptive re-use project, Probuild completed partial demolition of the previous building while designing and building around the existing structure that remained.
“The unique design introduces a dramatic architectural feature whereby each slab decreases by 180mm in length per floor over 10 levels and then increases again, resulting in the tower’s distinctive hour-glass shape,” he shared.
Probuild will continue to work With Greenland Australia on the next iconic project, the Greenland Centre Sydney, which will be Sydney’s tallest residential tower when completed.
More information on Omnia can be found here.