January 12, 2017 / News
Sydney has been undergoing a dramatic facelift. Construction and building sites are sprinkled throughout the city, with certain elements of the iconic landscape transforming. Major projects are underway, with old buildings being torn down, new buildings being erected, the light rail being extended around Sydney, and so on.
One prominent project in the works is the Crone, Tzannes, and Make collaboration for a new luxury residential building on 71 Macquarie Street. The luxury residential building will be situated in East Circular Quay, right by the picturesque harbour. The building will boast an impressive 104 lavish apartments, a high-end retail complex, as well as a restaurant and bar. The primacy of its position, simultaneously near the water, parklands, and the city, will be fully incorporated into the building, with the vision of making it a hub that is also inviting to the public.
'This building responds in a very direct way to its site, one of the most important and most visited in the City of Sydney.' 'Our objective was to create both a memorable work of architecture and a wonderful place in which to live,’ said Alec Tzannes, Director of Tzannes Associates.
The metamorphosis of Sydney has been greatly pushed along by the construction and building industry, which have essentially re-shaped the skyline. These projects are helping to breathe new life into Sydney and transform it into a world-class city.
Building and construction is a booming industry that is predicted to continue to grow in the future.
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