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In the Pipeline: Darling Square, Sydney

Darling Square

Lendlease has worked with Infrastructure NSW and the land owner Property NSW to transform Darling Harbour and the Haymarket precinct into a new city neighbourhood for visitors, workers and residents. The mixed-use regeneration scheme will include residential units, commercial office space, retail, community and leisure uses and student accommodation. The Exchange is a six-storey community and retail building, including a ground floor market hall and City of Sydney library. The Darling Square precinct also has two retail laneways – Steam Mill Lane and Little Hay Street.

Owner: Property NSW
Retail category: CBD
Development stage:
Under construction
Project type: New
Completion date: 2019
New tenants: approximately 70 retailers
Estimated end development value: $2.7 billion
Architects: The Exchange is designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates, while the commercial building was designed by Woods Bagot
Builder: Lendlease
Development manager: Lendlease
Leasing: Dennis Wong, Lendlease

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