Barangaroo is Australia’s premier financial and professional services hub and waterfront retail precinct.

Developed in partnership with Lendlease, the southern precinct of Barangaroo is the headquarters for top Australian and international corporations and a place for people to live, relax, shop and dine by Sydney Harbour.

Setting new standards in sustainability, the southern precinct is a true mixed-use neighbourhood of commercial office buildings, residential apartments, shops, cafes, restaurants with an international resort hotel and cultural facilities to come.

There are direct public transport connections, including Wynyard Walk, a major pedestrian connection through to Wynyard station and the city, and bus routes. A new ferry hub servicing Barangaroo will open in early 2017.

A new Sydney Harbour cove, a one-hectare public park, an expanded waterfront walkway and a public pier were announced by the Authority on 26 April 2017 as the key features of the next section of Barangaroo’s public domain to be delivered. The designs are subject to Planning approval.

When complete, there will be more than 23,000 office workers daily and up to 90 retailers. Designed by acclaimed architects - Lord Richard Rogers and Ivan Harbour from Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners – International Towers Sydney has been benchmarked against the best office developments in the world and showcases the latest thinking in workplace design and sustainability.

Preliminary investigation and construction work started in late 2010, and the first building was completed in July 2015. Further sections of the Southern precinct will progressively open until fully complete by 2021.

Barangaroo construction zones Map

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