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Sustainable Sydney 2030

A set of goals to help make our city as green, global and connected as possible by the end of the decade. It is our communities’ plan for their city. Sustainable Sydney 2030 will transform the way we live, work and play. It’s a vision we have set for our city to help make it

Spring is here and it’s blooming beautiful

Sydney streets come alive with living colour displays.  Spring has arrived in Sydney with our living colour displays now in bloom. Enjoy more than 100,000 plants in planter boxes, floral towers and pyramids across the city – plus an extra 16,000 plants hanging high above in flower baskets. You can spot them across the city

Our vision for a grand public square at Tech Central

A new square at Sydney’s Central station will make the area a greener and more enjoyable place to walk, travel and visit. A new generation of workers, visitor and residents near Central station will be able to relax and travel through a high-tech, green and people-friendly precinct. We’ve released the first designs for Central Square

Labour Day Closure

Please note that our office will be closed on Monday, 5 th October 2020 and will re-open Tuesday, 6 th October 2020 at 8:30am. For any sales related enquiries, please contact our sales manager, Sami Yildiz on 0422 215 543 or For all rental matters, please refer to your lease agreement. Alternatively, please send

New recreation centre for sports-loving Sydney locals

We’re transforming an industrial building into a beautiful new recreation centre for sports-loving locals. The new centre on Huntley Street is part of our work to meet growing demand for more indoor sporting facilities. Early designs for the centre at 6-8 Huntley Street propose 4 indoor multipurpose courts, outdoor practice recreation courts, a fitness space

City of Sydney and OzHarvest food relief appeal

No one should have to worry about having enough to eat. But right now, many Sydneysiders are. Accessing affordable, nutritious food has become even harder for vulnerable people. And the economic impact has seen many young people and families go hungry for the first time. But we can all make a difference. We’re asking for

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