Greenland Australia has reached a major milestone this month, with the completion of the uppermost floor of Greenland Centre Sydney, which rises 67 storeys (235 metres) above the Sydney streetscape.
Greenland Centre Sydney is located on the site of the former Sydney Water headquarters at 115 Bathurst Street, just moments from Town Hall Station.
Once complete, Greenland Centre Sydney will comprise a total of 479 apartments, varying in size from 39 to 265 square metres and the 674 square metre David Selden-designed $35 million King Penthouse.
Greenland Australia’s Managing Director, Sherwood Luo said the development combines the construction excellence from Probuild and outstanding design from ARUP, BVN and Woods Bagot.
“We couldn’t be more excited to reach this milestone and we look forward to welcoming our future residents to Greenland Centre Sydney as soon as possible.”
Mr Luo acknowledged the support of the City of Sydney on the Greenland Centre Sydney project.
“The team from the City of Sydney, including the Lord Mayor and the Director of City Planning, Graham Jahn, have played a crucial role in helping us deliver this project,” he said.
“By way of giving back to the City for their ongoing support, we look forward to handing over the keys to the City of Sydney Creative Hub, which will occupy 2,000 square metres across the first five floors of Greenland Centre Sydney and hopefully become a home to the city’s growing arts community,” Mr Luo added.
With soundproofed rooms for music rehearsals, editing suites for filmmakers and studios for visual artists, the $25 million Creative Hub is expected to be a go-to destination for Sydney’s budding and established creatives.
Moreover, resident-focused amenities at Greenland Centre Sydney will include a 30-metre indoor-outdoor pool, a steam room, sauna and spa, a multi-function residents’ room and a stunning outdoor sundeck.
Now that the tower has achieved topping out status, Probuild will focus on the final phase of construction, including final façade installations and the completion of internal fit-out, prior to Greenland Centre Sydney’s scheduled opening in early 2021.