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Perth’s Central Park getting a makeover

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PERTH’S tallest tower will undergo refurbishment designed by Woods Bagot, which will include a lobby and forecourt transformation.

Central Park, connecting Hay Street and St Georges Terrace, is home to companies including Rio Tinto, Grant Thornton, DLA Piper and AEMO, while co-working space provider WeWork has just taken up 7,900 sqm in the building.

The lobby refurbishment will bring new meeting spaces and a business lounge.

Central Park’s 5,000 sqm landscaped park, on the corner of William and Hay Streets, will not be affected by works.

Central Park General Manager Tim Ward said the lobby refurbishment would brighten the existing space and allow for all-new facilities. Original Brian McKay artworks will remain features of the interior space.

Built will carry out the construction contract, supported by NS Projects.

Works will be completed in stages to minimise disruption, with completion expected in 2020.

Australian Property Journal