Kylie Kwong to open workers' eatery at Mirvac's South Eveleigh

Kylie Kwong to open workers' eatery at Mirvac's South Eveleigh
Kylie Kwong to open workers' eatery at Mirvac's South Eveleigh

Kylie Kwong will open a daytime workers' eatery late next year at Mirvac's South Eveleigh work and lifestyle precinct.

It is the precinct previously known as Australian Technology Park.

Kwong, a leading fixture of the Sydney dining scene for two decades, closed her Macleay Street, Potts Point restaurant earlier this year.

Her Sydney restaurant Billy Kwong closed in June.

Kylie Kwong has since taken on a new job as the ambassador of Mirvac's South Eveleigh work and lifestyle precinct, where the Commonwealth Bank is the major tenant.

Mirvac and its consortium partners, AMP Capital, Sunsuper and Centuria Property Funds recently opened the first two buildings completed at Sydney’s newest technology hub

The anchor tenant Commonwealth Bank are located in the building known as Axle.

CBA also leases Building 2, The Foundry, which is still under construction.

The bank will have 10,000 employees at the precinct when it is completed in 2020.

Kwong will open a "small, simple" eatery late next year, the Australian Financial Review reported.

She said she didn't want to manage 40 people in her next endeavour.

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