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Sydney Greenland Centre (former Sydney Water Board Site)

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Development overview

Status
Construction Commenced
Suburb

Sydney, 2000

Project type

Apartments

Floor count

70

Building type

High-rise

Development size

479 residences

Development details


Partial demolition of existing tower & retain / refurbish building core
Redevelopment to existing structure for apartments & creative hub
479 x studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments
Creative hub (1,982 sq m)
Ground floor shops & cafe
Kitchen & dining areas
Living areas
Bathrooms & ensuite
Private open spaces / balconies
Laundry areas
Private cinema
Swimming pool
Level 7 fitness centre / gymnasium
Communal garden
Communal lounge & business centre
Spa & sauna rooms
Common circulation areas
Entry lobby / foyer
Fire, water & gas services rooms
Storage & waste refuse rooms
233 car parking spaces over 3 basement & 7 above ground levels
570 bicycle parking spaces
18 motorcycle parking spaces
Loading & unloading area
Landscaping
Associated civil & building works

Demolition works:


Internal demolition works within existing 1965 commercial office tower
Remove floor & wall finishes
Remove non load-bearing wall structures & ceilings
Disconnect & partially remove services

Building elements include:


Concrete slabs
Aluminium framed windows & doors
Precast concrete panels
Structural steel
Masonry
Insulation
Carpentry & joinery
Glazing
Metal & timber cladding
Plumbing & fittings
Timber flooring
Render finishes
Lifts
Air conditioning
Lighting
Telephone & electrical cabling
Fire detection systems & smoke alarms
Security alarm systems
Ceramic floor tiles
Carpet
Paint
Stairs
Sanitary fixtures
Signage
Hot water systems
Ventilation systems
Escalators
Partition walls
Plumbing
Bicycle racks
Plasterboard
Formwork
Curtain wall
Scaffolding
Glazed panel
Waterproofing

NB: Proposed building height: 235 mAssociated project: Refer PID 28007010 - Primus Hotel Sydney Greenland Centre (construction commenced October 2014)
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