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201 Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW


201 Elizabeth Street’s prominent corner location provides street frontage to Elizabeth and Park Streets. The location is easily accessed via public transport  with direct underground access to Museum station  and within a 300m walk to Town Hall station as well as bus routes along Elizabeth Street. With the new Sydney Metro Pitt Street and Martin Place stations (opening 2024) providing added accessibility. 


Year Built 1973
Office grade A
Total NLA 38,351sqm
Typical Floor Plan 1100sqm
Car Spaces 175
Occupancy 98.4%
Fund Ownership 36% DVP/CHC
NABERS Water 4.5 Star
4.5 Stars


A NABERS Water rating looks at the amount of water used and recycled within a building. Whole building Water rating: measures all of the water used in a building, including the base building and tenant occupied spaced.
4 Stars

NABERS Indoor Environment

A NABERS Indoor Environment rating measures the indoor air quality, lighting quality, temperature and thermal comfort as well as acoustic quality of a building. Base building Indoor Environment rating: is designed for building owners and managers, who generally control and maintain the thermal services, air systems and building cleaning services. Tenancy Indoor Environment rating: is for building occupants who control and mange the design and materials used in their office fit-out, lighting and their internal noise levels. Some tenants also have control over indoor air quality as well. Whole building Indoor Environment rating: these are for organisations that both manage and occupy their office space, or in some cases where a single tenant occupies the entirety of a building.
NABERS Energy 4.5 Star
4.5 Stars


NABERS Energy measures the efficiency of an office building and rates either the base building, tenancy or whole building. An energy ratings works by comparing the energy consumption of a building against a set of benchmarks that have been developed using actual data. A NABERS Energy rating can be done with or without GreenPower. Base building Energy rating: occurs when central services like heating and cooling systems, lifts and lobby lighting are rated. Tenancy Energy rating: when businesses choose to rate the space they occupy within a building. Whole building Energy rating: this rates the base building and tenant occupied space. This usually occurs when there is a single tenant occupying an entire building.


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Brad Campbell
Senior Property Manager
Charter Hall
Tom Simurina
Senior Asset Manager
Charter Hall