On Friday 15th December 2017, Poly Australia reached another milestone for 210-220 George Street Sydney, with the submission of the Stage 2 Development Application (DA).
The Stage 2 DA was submitted to the City of Sydney Council at Sydney’s Town Hall and will be on exhibition for six weeks.
Poly Australia is working together with the Town Planners, Urbis, and world renowned architecture firm Grimshaw, who won the City of Sydney Design Excellence Competition in August. Poly Australia has lodged the application package documentation to meet City of Sydney requirements.
The 28-level proposed building for 210-220 George Street will feature large double height spaces throughout all commercial levels, providing sunlit volume throughout the building.
The building will feature, at ground level, double height retail space and a triple height lobby, while the mid-level terrace, half way up the building, will feature one and a half levels of height and open out to a native landscaped area.
The very top of the building will feature a double height vaulted structure sure to be a delight for tenants.
With a focus on daylight, a continuous line of double height retail across the George Street façade of the building will offer maximum activation and amenity while the double height office spaces will create vibrant and connected work spaces.
210-220 George Street will be one of a number of landmark buildings within the future regenerated APDG Precinct, reshaping the northern end of the CBD into a vibrant community and contributing to Sydney’s status as a global city.
With a vision to create a highly-activated street frontage and premium office space, 210-220 George Street will herald the beginning of the APDG Precinct and create a vibrant space for work and lifestyle in the CBD.
Poly Australia’s Head of Design, Xiaowei Xue said the team was delighted with the design outcome for 210-220 George Street Sydney.
“We are certain that this building will be a huge success for Poly Australia and a wonderful contribution to the City of Sydney. We are proud to work alongside Grimshaw, Urbis and the large team of technical consultants to deliver an elegant and unique architectural contribution to the city’s streetscape,” he said.
“We would also like to thank the City of Sydney Council for their valuable ongoing feedback and diligent work in ensuring that the future of the City of Sydney will maintain its world class global city status. We look forward to working together well into the future.”Download media release