Overview

  • Project type Office
  • Status Completed
  • Area 6,100 sqm

The Bushells Building is a heritage landmark situated at the gateway of Sydney's financial core, directly opposite Grosvenor Place.  

Having undergone an award-winning refurbishment in 2001, the Bushells Building now offers 6,100 square metres of office space with A-grade services, plus basement valet parking for 28 cars.

The refurbishment was sympathetic to the building's colourful history, with the design incorporating and preserving many of its original characteristics and stylings, such as the tea-making artefacts and exposed timber beams.

The Bushell's Building retains a uniquely distinguishable personality that stands out against a sea of conventionally-styled office buildings in the area.

Snapshot

Project name Bushells Building
Project address 121-127 Harrington Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
Project status Completed June 2001 (Sold)
Developer Charter Hall
Major tenant Dimension Data Limited, Secure Parking, Brew Café
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Awards 2002 Australian Property Institute Heritage Award (Highly Commended), 2002 Property Council of Australia (NSW) Rider Hunt Award for Excellence (Highly Commended), 2002 NSW Urban Taskforce Award for Development Excellence (Highly Commended), 2001 UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Award for Distinction