Barangaroo South

Barangaroo
  • Client New South Wales Government
  • Location Sydney
  • Value Approx AUS$6 billion
  • Completion 2020

Lend Lease Involvement

Lend Lease was selected in December 2009 as the developer for Barangaroo South by the Barangaroo Delivery Authority on behalf of the New South Wales Government.

Highlights

Barangaroo South is a vital new development of Sydney’s central business district and will provide extraordinary benefits for Sydney, NSW and Australia. It is a once in a 200 year opportunity to create a bold new place to live, work and visit. Itprovides room for the city to grow - creating new jobs, stimulating growth and boosting our economy. It also returns this previously private industrial space to the community, including a new naturalistic harbour park.

Barangaroo South - the southern 7.5 hectares of the 22-hectare former container port on the western rim of the city - will become the greenest global residential, shopping and business centre in the world.

Barangaroo South will have a mix of uses, with commercial and residential buildings as well as shopping, dining, hospitality and public places. It will be a dynamic and authentic part of Sydney.

Barangaroo South will enhance Sydney’s position as one of the world’s most spectacular harbour cities and a must-see destination.

Barangaroo South will:

  • Deliver a climate positive and low carbon outcome for the whole of Barangaroo, pioneering a new era in sustainability and setting new benchmarks for others to follow
  • Further develop Sydney’s role as Australia’s financial capital, increasing its competitiveness in the South East Asian region and progressing its reputation as a centre for innovation and research and development.

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Total Barangaroo site 22 hectares of former industrial land on the western harbour edge of Sydney’s CBD.

Barangaroo South
7.5 hectares of the 22 hectare site, of which 3.6 hectares (48%) will be public space, with a new Southern Cove, adding 0.8 hectares of new water to the harbour, a waterfront promenade, public pier and new cultural centre.

Mixed use precinct
Approximately 535,000sqm Gross Floor Area of residential, commercial, retail and leisure (Note 1)

Residential
Approximately 143,000sqm of mixed high-rise and low-rise residential arranged over eight buildings providing between 750 and 900 apartments

Commercial
Approximately 320,000sqm of unique harbourfront office space, predominantly located in three high rise office towers designed by Lord Richard Rogers and his internationally acclaimed RSH+P architecture practice. Each tower offering large flexible floorplates (2.300 sqm+), great natural light and excellent views.

Retail, Food & Beverage
Up to 28,000sqm of mixed retail & leisure including convenience, lifestyle and fashion stores, cafes, restaurants, casual eateries, bars and coffee shops

Hotel
Landmark international hotel, 77,500sqm, featuring hotel rooms and suites, function rooms, bars, restaurants and public space (Note 2).

Community/Public
Major new cultural building; 3.6 hectares of public space, including waterfront square and harbourside walkways. The Waterfront Promenade at Barangaroo South will be fully accessible to the public.

Sustainability
Barangaroo will be one of the world’s leading sustainable urban communities. To date Tower 2 and Tower 3 have been awarded 6 Star, Green Stare Office Design v3 ratings by the Green Building Council of Australia, making them Australia's most sustainable high rise office buildings. 

Transport
Ferry wharfs, pedestrian connection to rail and buses at Wynyard, new light rail services, bus, taxis, parking for bikes and cycleways. Improved north/south and east/west pedestrian links.

Leasehold
All buildings on 99 year leases from the NSW Government

This information has been provided by Lend Lease based on the Barangaroo Concept Plan (Mod 8), March 2015.