Building profiles

Haymarket

The Haymarket is a vibrant hub, with a thriving restaurant scene and a busy shopping district. Located at the south end of the city adjacent to Darling Harbour and home of the famous Paddy’s Markets and Chinatown, this is a prime location.

The Haymarket is emerging as a popular precinct within the CBD with population figures rapidly rising with the redevelopment of the area.

Key attractions: Market City Shopping Centre, Paddy’s Market, Chinatown, Sydney Entertainment Centre.

Aspect Apartments 2 Cunningham Street Sydney NSW 2000
The site was purchased over a period of a decade between 1989 – 2001 by Selwan Property Holdings at a cost of $8.6 million. The site was previously the Triple 8 Hotel that was demolished in 2003 – 2004.

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Inmark Towers 710 – 722 George Street Sydney NSW 2000
Developed and completed in 2011 by Parkview Constructions with the initial concept design done by Project Architecture and further design done by the renowned PTW Architects.

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Oaks Harmony 107 – 121 Quay Street Sydney NSW 2000
Built on the site of the former Her Majesty’s Theatre which closed in January 2001, Oaks Harmony was designed by architects Marchese & Partners and completed in July 2004.

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The Peak 2 Quay Street Sydney NSW 2000 
The Peak is a 42-level residential tower comprising 370 apartments above Paddy’s Market and Market City.

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Regis Towers Castlereagh Street and Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000
Regis Tower is one of the largest developments in Australia which is a mixed use complex formed by three towers on Pitt Street, Castlereagh Street and Campbell Street.

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Summit Apartments 569 George Street Sydney NSW 2000
The site was acquired by Meriton Apartments in 1997 for $20.5 million. Built on the site of former Buckle House, it was demolished in late 1997 with the exception of the façade.

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