A major milestone in the construction of a new 15,700 square metre office at 4 Murray Rose Avenue Sydney Olympic Park has been reached with the construction reaching its highest point on the building, which will house the new NSW Rural Fire Service headquarters.
GPT Group developing the new building held a ceremony to mark the occasion placing a Norfolk Island pine tree on the roof of 4 Murray Rose.
“The development of 4 Murray Rose marked another important step in the evolution of Sydney Olympic Park into a world-class office precinct,” said Mr Faddy, GPT’s Head of Office & Logistics.
“Since we made our first investment in Sydney Olympic Park in 2001, GPT has long seen the potential for the precinct to become one of Sydney’s most appealing office locations, given its outstanding lifestyle amenities and strategic location between the Sydney CBD and Parramatta.”
The five storey campus office building is the third site to be developed by GPT in Sydney Olympic Park’s Parkview Precinct and will have an end value of more than $100 million.
4 Murray Rose will have large span floor plates and is designed to achieve a 5 Star Green NABERS Energy and Water rating. The building will include End-of-Trip facilities with bike storage and lockers and parking for 240 vehicles.
Sydney Olympic Park is a place for business with over 240 organisations located in the Park providing for almost 19,000 jobs.