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One Sydney Harbour


Renzo Piano
Documentation- Lend Lease Design


Hickson Road, Millers Point


2018 (forecast)


Millennium Moderne


Concrete frame.


Apartment Building
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The $9.8 billion developer has announced Pritzker Prize architect Renzo Piano won the design competition for the three high-rise apartment towers in the precinct, to be called One Sydney Harbour.

The towers will stand adjacent to Crown Resorts’ $2 billion casino and hotel tower.

They are part of a concept plan for the precinct submitted to the NSW Department of Planning and Environment in late 2015.


LEND Lease is set to slap a $50? million-plus price tag on penthouses in the Renzo Piano-­designed One Sydney Harbour complex at Barangaroo South, making them the most expensive apartments to be marketed in Australia.

The group is yet to finalise its internal designs for the three apartment towers, but sources said the company would probably market “more than one” apartment in the complex for more than $50m.

This would top the $40m asked by the estate of the late Cyril Maloney for his apartment in Bennelong at Sydney’s Circular Quay. The family of Maloney has yet to sell the apartment and it is currently on the market at a revised price of less than $30m.

Lend Lease Barangaroo South managing director Andrew Wilson would not confirm the prices but said he expected them to reflect “the most desirable apartments in Australia”.

“With uninterrupted views of Australian icons, the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, and one of the world’s finest architects on board, the apartments at One Sydney Harbour will compete on the global stage. We expect prices to reflect this,” Mr Wilson said.

Mr Piano, a Pritzker Prize-winning architect, was last week announced the winner of a design competition for the landmark buildings, with the opulent units to sit across from a planned $2 billion hotel and casino tower that will be owned and operated by James Packer’s Crown Resorts.

The towers will be 250m, 210m and 107m high and are expected to contain about 750 units.

Mr Wilson last week said he hoped Lend Lease would have approvals finalised by Christmas, enabling the group to start selling the apartments. “The Renzo name is already starting to attract offshore interest. So there is a lot of demand there. We just need to be able to follow the right process to get enough certainty,” he said.

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