Global design director Nik Karalis and leading Australian architect Domenic Alvaro from Woods Bagot bring a unique mix of global and local sensibility to their award-winning architecture and interiors.
Architecture for residential living is about creating living spaces that are timeless – spaces that reflect the needs of modern living and local culture. Each experience must be unique, with Sydney providing the inspiration for a new residential tower that encompasses the best in lifestyle to shape our lives, aspirations and personal experiences. Woods Bagot brings its extensive, award-winning residential design experience from around the world to these outstanding apartments.
James Grose and Phillip Rossington of BVN Donovan Hill bring a Sydney residential sensibility to 115 Bathurst Street, informed by a pedigree of innovative, award-winning design.
Sydney is the quintessential Australian city and this building takes all its cues from Sydney's natural attributes - the sun, the glorious harbour views, and the energy of the city and the unique skyline. To the east, harbour and distant ocean views predominate, to the west, Darling Harbour and further afield the Blue Mountains. The north-facing balconies will bring a memorable experience - timber deck, filtered sunlight and cooling breezes will make living in these remarkable apartments a truly Sydney and Australian experience.
Founded in 1992, Greenland Group is an international leader in property, resources, finance, construction and hotels. We are currently ranked 359th in the global Fortune 500 list.
Our real estate projects are spread throughout more than 80 cities in China, Korea, Australia, Germany, Spain and America.
Integrating the latest advances in technology, we specialise in the development of super highrise buildings, large urban complexes and residential developments. Seventeen ultra highrise buildings are currently under construction or completed, four of which are ranked in the world’s top 10 in height.
Greenland Centre Sydney, our first landmark tower in the heart of the city, will soon redefine the skyline of Sydney.