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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.