- Affinity Place will be 51 storeys tall - the tallest approved by the North Sydney Council
- Will accommodate 59,000 sqm of commercial office and retail space
- Located near the Victoria Cross Metro Station
A development application (DA) for a contemporary workplace development at 110-122 Walker Street, North Sydney, has been approved.
Stockland’s ‘Affinity Place’ project brings together three sites. At 51 storeys, it will be the latest building approved by the North Sydney Council.
It will accommodate 59,000 sqm of commercial office and retail space.
“We are pleased to have received development approval for Affinity Place, allowing us to progress our vision for contemporary workplaces designed to meet the future needs of companies and employees, and be part of North Sydney’s transformation,” said Louise Mason, CEO Commercial Property at Stockland.
“A priority of Stockland’s strategy is to increase our portfolio of quality workplace assets, capitalising on long term trends in urbanisation and urban renewal.
“Affinity Place will be among the most sustainable buildings in North Sydney, contributing positively to Stockland’s and our future tenants’ drive towards net zero carbon.”
Louise Mason, Stockland
The public will have access to a pedestrian link from Walker Street to Little Spring Street, providing access to the new Victoria Cross Metro station. This will make the commute between the area and the Sydney CBD just three minutes long. The building will also feature a sky garden.
“We believe organisations will continue to be attracted to landmark workplaces that exhibit design excellence within a dynamic and prosperous city centre,” said Gavin Boswarva, Stockland Executive General Manager of Development for Commercial Property.
“Our design will create a contemporary tower with efficient and flexible floors that will allow the curation of a variety of workspaces to suit preferred working styles and prioritise employee wellbeing.
Gavin Boswarva, Stockland
“Tenants will enjoy floor plates that maximise harbour and city views, daylight, access to outdoor landscaped terraces and a rooftop sky garden – a unique offer for North Sydney, reimagining the future of workplace and reinforcing connection with the local community.”
It should be noted the project remains subject to Stockland’s final investment decision.