4-6 Bligh Street, Sydney – Master Plan and Rezoning

4-6 Bligh Street, Sydney – Master Plan and Rezoning

Architectus prepared a Planning Proposal and architectural concept for a proposed redevelopment of 4-6 Bligh Street, Sydney, which currently accommodates an 18 storey commercial building built in 1964, into a mixed use tower comprising hotel, commercial and retail uses.

The Planning Proposal is being progressed by the City of Sydney Council for a maximum Floor Space Ratio of 22:1 (an uplift of 7:1) and maximum building height of 205 metres. It is the first Planning Proposal to be progressed in accordance with the City of Sydney’s draft Central Sydney Planning Strategy having been supported by the Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) through a Rezoning Review. 

Architectus has provided ongoing planning strategy advice to the client, including in relation to the future State Significant Development application. 

The architectural concept includes a 10 storey podium with retail, offices and hotel lobby, and a 37 storey hotel above with an additional 4 levels at rooftop including landscaped terrace and publicly accessible food and beverage venues.

The tower is envisaged as a 4-5 Star “lifestyle, affordable luxury” boutique hotel with approximately 407 guest rooms.

Project Sheet

Project Summary

Client
SC Capital
Location
Central Sydney, NSW
Floor area
1 218 m²
Completed
Ongoing
Original value
$311m
Contact
Michael Harrison

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