According to AMP Capital‘s announcement, Deloitte Australia will be the new anchor tenant with 10-year lease for 32,000 square metres in Quay Quarter Tower at Circular Quay.
This brings the total pre-commitment of Quay Quarter Tower to 76 per cent, following AMP’s announcement in December 2016 it had agreed to take 35,000 square metres.
The tower is located at 50 Bridge Street, Sydney and is owned by investors in the AMP Capital Diversified Property Fund (ADPF), AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund (AWOF) and Rest, who will acquire a one-third interest in the tower upon completion.
Quay Quarter Tower completion date
Construction of Quay Quarter Tower by partner Multiplex is on schedule for practical completion in early 2022.
With over 8,000 square metres of retail across the precinct, the retail leasing program, finely tuned towards lifestyle, wellbeing and dining, is well underway.
The 200-metre-high, 50 storey tower, designed by Danish architects 3XN, comprises five shifting glass volumes stacked upon each other punctuated by sky terraces and atrium space, maximising views out to Sydney Harbour and daylight into the office floors.
Lobby interiors are by London architect Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, and the tower’s Market Hall is designed by AvroKo of New York.
The propertyforms part of the Quay Quarter Sydney precinct, incorporating two city blocks including the tower, 33 Alfred Street and the Loftus Lane mixed use residential and retail laneways precinct.
The tower has over one acre of green space, with landscaped sky park and terraces in its vertical villages.
Quay Quarter Sydney will also include lifestyle, wellbeing, food and dining, and services retail.
Construction is underway on both city blocks.
Source: AMP Capital