Wynyard Place is Under Full Construction (Major Tenants inc. Allianz)

Wynyard Place Entrance

Wynyard Station is receiving a once in a generation renovation which will completely transform the precinct & as part of the transformation, it will include 4 properties, the centrepeice of which is 10 Carrington.

10 Carrington is a mixed use office & retail building which will link directly to the Wynyard station concourse.

Characteristics of 10 Carrington at Wynyard Place:

TypeFact
Developer:Brookfield
Architect (Building):Architectus & Make Architects
Building Use:Office & Retail
Location:10 Carrington Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
Number of Buildings:1
Height of Buildings:134m
Number of Floors Above Ground:27 Levels
Number of Floors Below Ground:4 Levels
Net Lettable Area:59,408sqm
Retail Area:7,000sqm
Max Floor Plates:2,500sqm
Project Value in AUD ($):$1,000,000,000
Estimated Completion Date:2020
Official Development Website:http://wynyardplace.com.au
Construction Status:Under Construction
10 Carrington George St Foyer
10 Carrington George St Foyer

10 Carrington at Wynyard Place will feature an office building of 134m in height & consist of 27 levels above ground & 4 levels underground. The above ground levels will consist of retail (the lower floors) & office space (upper floors above the retail space) & the below ground level will feature space for car parking.

The tower will feature 59,408sqm of total net lettable floor area, of which 7,000sqm will be dedicated to retail space. Floorplates on the lower half of the building will be huge at 2,500sqm making it one of the largest floorplates of any building in the Sydney CBD.

Wynyard Place Aerial Render
Wynyard Place Aerial Render

The project is being developed by Brookfield which are one of the largest development companies. The architects are Architectus which are a quality Australian firm & Make which are also an Australian architectural firm.

The final cost of the development as a whole will be $1 Billion making it one of the biggest development currently in the Sydney CBD, after the Barangaroo precinct.

Video of 10 Carrington @ Wynyard Place

It is anticipated that over 3,000 jobs will be created during the demolition and construction phases.

10 Carrington has gained a 6 Star, Green Star Office Design v3 rating and is targeting a 5.5 Star NABERS Energy rating on completion.

The project is currently under preparation & it is expected that the project will be completed in 2020.

10 Carrington Wynyard Place Renders

Wynyard Place Rooftop Terrace
Wynyard Place Rooftop Terrace
Wynyard Place 10 Carrington Render
Wynyard Place 10 Carrington Render

Location Map of 10 Carrington Street in Sydney

You can view further information on the 10 Carrington development at Wynyard Place at either their official website.

July 2018 Update

According to the Allianz official website, The company’s Sydney headquarters will be moving office locations within the CBD. The company will be leaving their current location at 2 Market Street in the CBD in favour of the more collaborative and flexible work environment which will be on offer at the 10 Carrington St tower in the Wynyard Place development.

It is expected that they will move in October 2020. A 10-year lease has been signed so this move has been set in stone which means the current owners of the 2 Market St tower in the CBD must look for new tenants come late 2020.

Here is a picture of the current state of progress in the tower’s development:

Wynyard Place Construction Progress July 2018
Wynyard Place Construction Progress July 2018 - Source: cnd from Skyscrapercity
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Dejan is the Founder & head journalist of Build Sydney. He obtained a degree in Computer Science and has a passion for urban development. He has a goal to report on Sydney's Journey from a major international regional city into a truly global city, most notably the changes in the urban landscape, high rise buildings, infrastructure and transport.

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