Crown Sydney Reaches New Heights

Exclusive new shots as landmark $2.4bn building, Crown Residences at One Barangaroo, ’tops out’.

By Terry Christodoulou 26/05/2020

In a milestone for the Crown Sydney development, the already iconic Crown Residences at One Barangaroo has officially ‘topped out’ ahead of schedule – marking completion of its 275-metre vertical construction.

Designed by globally-renowned architects WilkinsonEyre, this is another impressive and on-time development for the project – that will this December see the planned opening of a 349-room hotel, 14 restaurants and bars and selected retail.

Crown Residences, located in the upper levels, are also on schedule for homeowners to move into the building in the first half of 2021.

Crown Towers Sydney Deluxe Villa bathroom.

While topping out normally means a large celebration, things were a little more subdued given Covid-19 restrictions – the milestone marked by a site visit from NSW Treasurer, Dominic Perrottet, alongside Crown Resorts Chair, Helen Coonan, Crown executives Ken Barton and Todd Nisbet and Group CEO of Lendlease, Steve McCann.

“Today marks a special moment in Crown’s history, which hopefully can also be a part of a new, positive outlook for Sydney after months of unprecedented challenges for many in our community,” offered Coonan. “This building was designed to be a tribute to Sydney and a landmark recognised around the world.”

The view from the top.

To date, 237,888 tonnes of concrete and approximately 20,000 tonnes of steel reinforcements have been fitted to the structure. To finalise the build, more than 1,300 workers will continue to work on the interior fit-out of across the remainder of the year.

Check out more photos of the project below.

Crownsydney.com.au

Crown Sydney Lobby

Crown Tower Sydney Deluxe Villa living and dining room.

Crown Towers Sydney Harbour Bridge King Room.

 

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