Tower One, the final of the three International Towers Sydney at Barangaroo South, was topped off at a ceremony attended by the NSW Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events, the Hon Stuart Ayers MP.
Barangaroo Delivery Authority CEO Craig van der Laan attended the ceremony – a building tradition hailing from Scandinavia, which places a tree on top of a new building to appease the tree-dwelling spirits displaced in its construction.
The tower is the third of the commercial towers at the Barangaroo South precinct and will be home to will be home to PwC, HSBC, Marsh & McLennan Companies and Servcorp, due to move in later this year.
Designed by internationally acclaimed architects Lord Richard Rogers and Ivan Harbour, International Towers Sydney has been benchmarked against the best office developments in New York, London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai.
The buildings’ large flexible floor plates have attracted organisations including Westpac, PwC, HSBC, KPMG and Gilbert + Tobin.