The Greenland Centre is indeed an extremely unique development. It’s not every day that you get a 24 story building add over 40 floors right on top however that is exactly what the Greenland Development group are doing right in the middle of the busy Sydney CBD.
Characteristics of the Greenland Centre Building at 115 Bathurst St in Sydney:
|Architect:||Woods Bagot (Nik Karalis & Domenic Alvaro) & BVN (James Grose and Phillip Rossington)|
|Location:||115, Bathurst St, Sydney, 2000|
|Height of Building:||237m High|
|Number of Buildings:||1|
|Number of Floors:||68 stories|
|Number of Apartments:||470|
|Most Expensive Apartment:||$11,000,000|
|Building End Value AUD ($):||$700,000,000|
|Estimated Completion Date:||Late 2019|
|Official Development Website:||http://www.greenlandcentre.com.au/|
This development is being completed by the developer Greenland which is one of the largest Chinese-based development corporations in the world.
This Amazing tower will become the tallest tower on completion in the Sydney CBD and in the state of NSW. This is one of the largest investments in NSW from a foreign company.
It will total 237m high, which will make it stand out as being the only building shorter than the Sydney Tower which sits at 307m. It will eclipse Meriton’s World tower to take the crown only to be beaten by the Crown Casino in Barangaroo which is expected to be completed in early 2021.
The most expensive apartment was a penthouse and it sold for $11,000,000 according to The Urban Developer. This development contains a total of 470 apartments, 9 of which are penthouses.
Greenland had troubles with the developer originally going with Brookfield Multiplex however after differentiating views on the development they have now decided to go with ProBuild to complete the development on their behalf.
The internationally recognised architect Woods Bagot & BVN completed the design of the exterior and interior of this development. The individual architects were Nik Karalis and Domenic Alvaro from Woods Bagot & James Grose and Phillip Rossington from BVN.
This building is as close to the heart of the city as one can be. Once completed in 2019, it will be a well-appointed addition to the Sydney skyline & will continue to be for decades to come.