What you need to know…
Sydney’s Western Corridor takes in Town Hall from George Street to Sussex Street to Margaret Street in the North. This is an extensive stretch of the CBD, roughly about 2 kilometres in length. Commercial and residential development in Barangaroo is well underway, with an estimated 23,000 workers and residents making this area their office or home by 2022. Commercial towers, retail and restaurant premises are already open, along with the Wynyard Walk and the Barangaroo Ferry Wharf.
Existing properties in the area are known to have generously sized floor plates with economical rentals. With a general outlook toward the waters of Darling Harbour, this precinct delivers for both tenants and landlords.
Already regarded as a bustling part of Sydney, the extensive new commercial real estate developments happening in the area should ensure that capital growth rates and rental yields continue to remain high. Vacancy rates should also remain low due to the high demand that is a consistent feature of the Sydney commercial market.
Facilities in the area:
- Barangaroo Commercial Towers
- Barangaroo Reserve
- King Street Wharf
- Cockle Bay
- Sydney Aquarium
- Madame Tussauds
- Wildlife Sydney Zoo
- IMAX Centre (Currently closed for refurbishment)
- Westpac Building
- Wynyard Station
- Merivale’s Slip Inn and El Loco
For all the parking stations in Sydney’s Western Corridor, please go to:
Please note the City of Sydney’s parking regulations:
To Do & See:
- King Street Wharf is an ideal destination for a stroll along the water’s edge.
- Take in the activities that are on offer at Cockle Bay Wharf, such as The Aquarium.
- Experience one of the fantastic restaurants along King Street Wharf such as The Malaya or La Cita. And why not finish your evening with a drink at one of the many bars that grace the waterfront?
- Grab a coffee from Westpac’s impressive food court.
- Take a stroll around Barangaroo Reserve, there are fantastic Sydney Harbour foreshore views on offer.
- Go Loco and grab some after work drinks and burritos at Merivale’s El Loco bar and restaurant.
- Watch a movie on the world’s biggest screen at the IMAX Theatre at neighbouring Darling Harbour. This site is currently undergoing a major upgrade and is set to reopen at some point in 2019.
Contact information and useful links:
Public Transport is within only a minute’s walk to Central, Town Hall or Wynyard Stations.
Sydney Visitor Information Centre - 12-24 Playfair Street Shop 1-2, The Rocks Centre, The Rocks1800 067 676
Kings Cross Visitor Information Kiosk - Corner Darlinghurst Road and Springfield Avenue, Potts Point(02) 9265 9333
Sydney Trains & Buses Information Hotline - 24hours / 7 days131 500
OPAL Card Hotline for Information & Assistance - 24 hours / 7 days13 67 25
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