Cockle Bay Park redevelopment design revealed

Staff reporterMarch 15, 20200 min read

The winning design for the redevelopment of Cockle Bay Park has been unveiled.

Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes said the design includes a 42-storey office tower, almost a hectare of public open space and new waterfront shops, restaurants and bars.

He said, "the Design Excellence Competition jury, which included representatives of the NSW Government Architect and City of Sydney, selected the design by the Scandinavian firm, Henning Larsen."

Government Architect NSW director Paulo Macchia, who chaired the Design Excellence Competition Jury, said the Cockle Bay Park redevelopment will connect Darling Harbour to the CBD bridging over the Western Distributor.

The GPT Group and AMP Capital are leading the redevelopment and a Stage 2 development application will be lodged to the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.


Staff reporter

Cockle Bay Wharf
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