AMP Capital receives go ahead to revitalise historic 33 Alfred Street, Sydney

AMP Capital receives go ahead to revitalise historic 33 Alfred Street, Sydney
AMP Capital receives go ahead to revitalise historic 33 Alfred Street, Sydney

AMP Capital has received Stage 2 Development Application (DA) approval to refurbish Sydney’s first skyscraper, 33 Alfred Street, Circular Quay, from the City of Sydney.

Built in 1962, 33 Alfred Street has local heritage listing and is an iconic part of Sydney’s harbour skyline.  

The work, which is due to start in 2021, will include refreshing the building’s façade as well as modernising its services and interior while maintaining its heritage characteristics and reinstating lost building features. 

Once complete, the building will be premium grade, with improved environmental performance. The Alfred Street building is targeting a 5 Star NABERS rating and a 5 Star Green Star v3 rating.

AMP Capital real estate chief operating officer Louise Mason spoke on the redevelopment approval.

“We are delighted to have received approval for the redevelopment of 33 Alfred Street from the City of Sydney, who we have consulted with on this project for more than two years.  After 55 years, it’s time to upgrade the building and give it new life for many more decades of service. 

“This work will make 33 Alfred Street one of Sydney’s most highly sought-after, premium-grade office buildings.  However, it will still be recognisable as one of the most loved and distinctive buildings at Circular Quay, the gateway to Sydney.” 

AMP Capital has been advised by architect JPW. 

33 Alfred Street is jointly owned by investors in the AMP Capital Diversified Property Fund and the AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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