13 July 2022

Launching soon: Our rebrand of Sydney’s first skyscraper, part of the Quay Quarter precinct.

An icon, reimagined.

Sydney’s first skyscraper, the distinctive AMP tower at Circular Quay is set for a $200 million facelift after 60 years, to bring it into the modern world and connect to the group’s adjoining new shiny tower at 50 Bridge Street, known as the $3 billion Quay Quarter. Owners AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund (AWOF) and Dexus Wholesale Property Fund (DWPF) have appointed national construction group Built to take on the job to create a modern post-pandemic-proof building at 33 Alfred Street. Built constructions will work with the incumbent architects Johnson Pilton Walker (JPW), to redevelop the tower.

The 33 Alfred Street tower, known as the grand old dame of the city skyscrapers, was officially opened by the then Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies on February 23, 1962. Hundredweight are proud to be rebranding this enduring city icon and taking it into the next chapter, revitalised for visionary businesses who aspire to higher standards in workplace service and design. Read the full article here.

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