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Royal Exchange Building Building Profile

56 Pitt StSYDNEY, NSW 2000

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Built on the site of Sydney's first stock exchange and wool exchange, this address draws on more than 150 years of successful commerce and is marked by the 1899 Lady of Commerce statue by James White

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Map for 56 Pitt St SYDNEY NSW 2000
Map for 56 Pitt St SYDNEY NSW 200056 Pitt St SYDNEY NSW 2000

Highlights

  • Views of the CBD and Sydney Harbour
  • Convenient access to public transport
  • 56 Pitt is a prestigious and highly sustainable building in the heart of Sydney's financial district.
  • Just 100 metres from the Australian Stock Exchange and with sweeping views over Circular Quay, the Opera House and Botanic Garden

Main Tenants

  • National E-Health Transition Authority
  • Invesco Asset Management Australia
  • Infigen Energy
  • Donington career specialists and out placement specialists
  • Insurance council of australia

Building Amenities

  • Recycling and Waste Management
  • Parking
  • Showers
  • Onsite Concierge
  • Security
  • Disability Facilities
  • Bike Racks
  • Cafe
  • Bus Stop
  • Bar
  • Restaurant

NABERS Rating

5 Star Energy Rating
Energy Rating5 / 6
Expires: 15/11/2020

Description

56 Pitt Street is a sustainable tower that occupies a significant site in Sydney's past. Built on land that originally housed the Sydney stock and wool exchange 150 years ago, this contemporary building proudly features the Lady of Commerce Statue that dates back to 1889.Sustainability is a key factor at 56 Pitt, with the building achieving a 5.0 star NABERS Energy rating marked by significant reductions in electricity and water usage.56 Pitt offers 26 levels of B Grade office space with 800sqm typical floor areas typified by natural light and with views across the CBD and Sydney Harbour. The workspaces are complemented by ground floor retail offerings and basement parking for 64 cars.The building is conveniently located close to both bus and train public transport options, including Wynyard and Circular Quay stations.