Plans green-lighted for Liverpool’s tallest commercial tower

Plans green-lighted for Liverpool’s tallest commercial tower
Plans green-lighted for Liverpool’s tallest commercial tower

Fender Katsalidis’ design for the Liverpool's tallest commercial tower and its surrounding redevelopment has received approval.

The project, which will be developed by Macky Corp, is known as Liverpool Quarter.

It will feature a 23-storey curved tower situated on the corner of Scott and Bigge streets.

The mixed-use project comprises 25,000 square metres of new office space, 1,500 square metres of co-working, 640 square metres of retail including a refurbished 1888 Hotel.

In addition to the 23-storey tower, the project comprises the refurbishment of the existing three-storey heritage New Commercial Hotel along with the construction of a two-storey building known as The Stables.

1,200 square metres of open space will act as the heart of the precinct.

Plans green-lighted for Liverpool’s tallest commercial tower

Fender Katsalidis director Mark Curzon said, “Liverpool Quarter will set the standard for the best premium office space and public open space in this amazing emerging city."

The project is set to cater to the growing commercial demands of the area, particularly with the Western Sydney Airport approval, while the location also provides connectivity to the Sydney CBD via the adjacent Liverpool train station.

Construction of the building is expected to commence in late 2019 and completion is slated for late 2021.

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