$200-million mixed-use City Tattersalls Club tower approved by Sydney City Council

$200-million mixed-use City Tattersalls Club tower approved by Sydney City Council
$200-million mixed-use City Tattersalls Club tower approved by Sydney City Council

City Tattersalls Club, one of the oldest clubs in Sydney, has had its plans for a $200-million mixed-use tower approved by Sydney City Council.

The club in conjunction with developers ICD Property will construct a new 100-room hotel plus 246 apartments at its 194 Pitt Street site.

The City of Sydney Central Sydney Planning Committee gave an envelope approval for the Stage 1 Concept Development Application at its Thursday night meeting.

0-million mixed-use City Tattersalls Club tower approved by Sydney City Council

Under the plans, the almost 125-year-old club's heritage site will have an angular feature to ensure it does not overshadow Hyde Park.

The process to redevelop the club and its airspace kicked off in mid-2013.

ICD developed the Eq tower in Melbourne.

“It is a result that will safeguard the future of the City Tattersalls Club for another 125 years to come,” City Tattersalls Club chairman Patrick Campion said.

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