A new chapter for 33 Alfred Street is about to be written.
Previously a tale of Sydney’s first skyscraper, this new chapter will be the tale of a high-performance building, revitalised in response to contemporary ways of working, but imprinted with the site’s rich history.
The new 33 Alfred will offer enhanced functional performance, re-instate original heritage features and place sustainability at the centre of the development.


Similar to the original 1960’s aspiration to deliver the tallest building in the harbour city, the revitalisation of 33 Alfred has bold ambitions. More than just a premium grade office, 33 Alfred Street’s design has been carefully curated to accentuate, celebrate - and in some instances re-instate - the iconic features that have crystallised the building’s status over the decades.
A key element of the next-generation design is the upgrade of the iconic curtain wall. Driven by the energy efficiency, the curtain wall will incorporate full height vision glass that will reward 33 Alfred Street with improved light penetration and also enhance its unrivalled harbour views.
The ground floor and podium levels will also become destinations in their own right. A renewed ground floor arrival experience will be inspired by the building’s modernist origins and offer a sense of grandeur upon arrival. Amenity and working spaces on the ground floor will integrate and extend the public domain flowing throughout the Quay Quarter precinct, while the podium will have a permeable connection to neighbouring Quay Quarter Tower’s retail podium, garden and flexible workspaces.


33 Alfred Street is an authentic Sydney icon revitalised for visionary businesses ready to co-write its next chapter.

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